The Dragon Scarf

It’s been a while since I’ve had a Fibre Friday post, but today’s the day. I’ve been in a dragon mood lately and here’s the first project to show for it.

Dragon's Tale scarf knit by Deborah Cooke

Dragon’s Tale is a scarf designed by Nim Teasdale. (That is a Ravelry link. I think you’ll be able to see the page, even if you don’t have a free Ravelry account.) I knit mine in Noro Silk Garden, because it was in the stash and it had a good dragon-y colour to it. This is much thicker than the specified yarn, but I still used the same size needles. I wanted a dragon of substance! I used two balls of the Noro Silk Garden and am very pleased with the results.

Dragon's Tale scarf knit by Deborah Cooke

Dragon's Tale scarf knit by Deborah Cooke

I love that tail!

He’s been finished for a while, but we needed a bit of sunshine for a picture.

What do you think?

9 thoughts on “The Dragon Scarf

  1. It is so cool! Just the thing to warm your neck and enjoy wearing. You should come sell these, when you’re not busy writing of course. 😂

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  2. That scarf is completely and totally awesome! I love it. My 2nd thought was, wouldn’t that be cute in a mini version for kids? Is this your own pattern? I’ll have to show this to my mom, she is a prolific knitter. You did a fabulous job on it, thank you for sharing.

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    • Hi BJaye – I’m glad you like the scarf. It’s a pattern by Nim Teasdale, not my own design, and the pattern is for sale on Ravelry. Just follow the link in the post!

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