13 January 2008

Two-Button Scarf - finished!

A few months ago, people in my knitting group were agog about a wool scarf (called the "Pidge") that was selling for an exorbitant amount of money.

It seemed an easy enough pattern to do, and I eventually found a version of it through Ravelry. It was around then that I learned my friend Virginia had been mobilized, and I decided to make her this scarf. It is a fairly easy pattern, and it wouldn't have taken me so long to make if it hadn't been for some arthritis in my hands, and the chaos that is the Christmas season.

I cropped my face out to emphasize the scarf (and because my face looked goofy).


  1. Pidge came out so pretty! I know your friend is going to love it, and it will keep her nice and warm. I love the name Pidge...when I was a kid a pigeon found it way into our garage and camped out there for a month or two. My brother and I used to feed it...and we called it "Pidge"! Such a nice memory!

  2. Anonymous7:08 AM

    oh wow it came out so wonderfully. Love the colors. Congrats!

  3. Anonymous4:02 PM

    Almost seven years later, so perhaps this question will not be noticed, but is there anyway you could share the stitch pattern you used? I made one of these about ... seven years ago ... but don't have the pattern anymore. I remember the stitch pattern was so easy that I made a full length scarf with it as well. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

    1. The stitch pattern can be found here: http://knitting101.blogspot.com/2007/10/my-so-called-pidge.html


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