Wednesday, February 27, 2013

WIP Wednesday: Kusha Kusha Scarf

A dear friend's birthday is quickly approaching and I wanted to make her a little something.  She's probably the biggest recipient of my scarves and doesn't seem to tire of them.  So guess what... she's going to get another :)

This is the start of the Kusha Kusha scarf.  I think this is such a simple, yet sophisticated, pattern.  A nice easy knit too.  And since the needles are a US 8, it goes reasonably quickly.

Kusha Kusha scarf

Other than that, with the assistance of my trusty helper, I managed to finish up 98 of these salt water hexies! 

Salt water hexies

Now I just need to figure out what to do with them - currently thinking they'd be fun for the bottom half of another birdie sling bag.  What do you think?

Hexies in a jar

I was surprised that I enjoyed working on these as much as I did.  Of course all I have done is the basting.  Next comes the tricky part of stitching them together.  And speaking of stitching together, I am also making good progress on Mum's quilt.  I'll share some more pictures once I get a little further on...

Other WIP are the Bertie's Blanket squares for hospice.  You can check out the latest progress on  Thanks for all the support :)

And finally go check out the other lovely WIPs on Tami's blog:

Happy hump day,
Hope you enjoy the rest of your week,
Sam x


Ali said...

The yarn for the scarf looks so soft and a lovely colour. I really like all your colourful hexagons. You must have a lot of patience to do all the work involved in making them into something. I think a bag would be lovely.
Ali x

Anonymous said...

I think Kusha Kusha scarf is simply wonderful!!!!

Jazz said...

The scarf looks awesome. I love how you keep the hexies.

Oiyi said...

That scarf is going to be lovely!

Emily said...

I love lacy scarves knit on large needles! Your hexies are adorable ... that's on my list of techniques to try this year, too!

Kepanie said...

Oooh, I love those colors for the scarf! They are ethereal and shimmery, so beautiful. I did wince a bit at the thinness of the yarn.
I dunno how you made those hexes but they are super cool!