Knitting F.O.: Rainbow Baktus Scarf

Yay, it's done! This is the Baktus scarf, a pattern by Stikkelise. I used 1 skein of Zauberball in the rainbow colorway. I won't go into much detail about this pattern, as this is my second one, and I give its glowing praise in the previous post.

I will sing the praises of this yarn again...Zauberball is fantastic! I can't say enough good things about the consistency in the saturation of color throughout the skein. Even with some "thick-and-thin" spots in the spin, it just adds to the overall texture and soft hand of the yarn.

The gradation of color in the rainbow is beautiful. For this scarf I split the skein in half and alternated every 2 rows. This gives the slight difference in color even as the rainbow emerges.

Unfortunately I did have to play "chicken" with the yarn at the end. I've spoken about this on my podcast and probably here before, but I'm convinced my gauge changes as I knit on any project. The pattern and my knitted swatch both "told" me I should have had enough yarn for both the increase and decrease sides to be equal lengths, but I ended up having to decrease much earlier than I'd have liked. So instead of a nice even triangle point, I ended up with a little curly chicken wing.....

Oh well.

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  1. Very pretty and I love your smile.

  2. I gave my mother-in-law a Zauberball for Christmas a few years ago, and then in February, I got a little shawl in the mail. I love it! I think my shawl is the same colorway, and looks very similar to yours.

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