The Rainy Day (or Snowy Day) Scarf

The Rainy Day Scarf



This is one of my latest knitting projects that I have been working on for a holiday gift. Isn’t it beautiful?

This is the Rainy Day Scarf, but in my case it was the snowy day and sore throat kind of scarf. I think I am going to finish it with some ribbon and yarn tassels in various colors.

The yarn was on sale for $2.99 at Michael’s and I was planning to pair it with a tin of my homemade vanilla chai tea as a gift.

Don’t you think these would be cute wrapped up and tied with ribbon together? I can’t wait to finish this project and crank out some more of these.

This is definitely a wonderful holiday gift on a budget!

Best of all, the pattern is easy and can be done parked in front of the television. You have to love that! You can follow my holiday projects by joining me on Ravelry.

I have a few projects up my sleeve for the holidays so be sure to join the community and add me as your friend!

My login name is “momadvice.”

As a side note, can I brag just a little?

Don’t these photos look so much better?

My husband and I worked together on putting together a little light box for me and I have to say I am so pleased with the results.

I am still fiddling with my camera and figuring out settings, but this light box will help make my day much easier.

I have wasted so much of my day trying to take pictures in good lighting and this will definitely help with my still photography.

I used this tutorial to put it together that my friend Janel had shared with me.

It was a small investment for a lot of peace.

Just imagine holding the entire dinner hour up trying to find the perfect lighting to shoot your food in.

Then imagine eating cold food because it took sixty shots to get one decent picture.

Obviously, something had to be done.

So, here’s to snowy day scarves and fabulous little light boxes! Cheers!


What holiday projects are you working on?

Published November 25, 2008 by:

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