Snow Scarf

Just a quick post today, since we had a quick shot of snow overnight along the Front Range of Colorado.  This morning presented a glorious landscape of fresh white powder to view, and it provided the perfect backdrop for this just-finished Special Olympics Peak-to-Peak Scarf:

The story about this scarf design was recently published in Love of Knitting Magazine, Winter 2011 issue. The pattern is available as a web bonus free download from their site.

In line with various charitable-cause knitting & crocheting ideas being featured this month on the Designs by KN Facebook page, I decided to work on more scarves for the 2012 Special Olympics USA Scarf Project. After a buried-treasure discovery at Michaels on Friday of a stash of the designated Red Heart Super Saver colors (Soft Navy & Cherry Red) …

I am spending some time stitching up scarves specifically for Special Olympics Colorado, to assist in reaching their goal of 800 scarves by the deadline of Feb. 24 (each participating state has different goals and deadlines; some have just passed but others are still in need of scarves. See States list & deadlines and the Scarves for Special Olympics Facebook page for the latest updates.)

Busy day ahead, so for now I’ll leave you with these images of a snowy, cold (18 degree) spectacular Colorado morning …

Back to working on another Peak-to-Peak Scarf on the needles right now …

It will be a good project for NFL playoff-football-watching-on-TV this afternoon!

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