Passing Down Crazy

Because Sometimes the Best Thing You Can Give Your Kid is an Addiction…To Yarn



We’re back!  Oh, you didn’t even know we were gone, did you?   My Hero and I and some friends and their son made a whirlwind 48 hour trip to see The Genius and to see the college.  She’s loving life!  We got to do several of our favorite things; eat out, go to chapel, visit Loops, and just hang out.

I finished my I’m Not Too Old For A Ruffly Pink Scarf!

This photo was taken by Frankie, and he’s only eight years old.  That explains the weird angle.  And here’s another less than ideal model.

I’m thinking Superblonde is by far the best model.  It’s a good thing she doesn’t like pink, or my scarf would be gone!

I used Blue Moon Fiber Arts Peru for this scarf, and I used all 500 yards of the skein.  I think the scarf is 7 feet long.  It’s heavenly!  I bought Rowan Cashsoft in cream for The Genius.  She decided she needed one after seeing mine.

I started three projects today, but you’ll have to wait to see them.  Miss In Charge has a hair appointment in a few minutes, and Superblonde and Dreamboy are doing a Target run.  For some reason, they think they need toothpaste and deodorant.

Thanks for all the get well wishes!  I’m feeling much better.  You know how a cold is, it just lingers!  I’m pretty sure I’m going to live though.  See you soon!


Author: mariajhmom

I'm a wife, mom, quilter, knitter, and spinner. I blog at

7 thoughts on “Pink

  1. Such a gorgeous scarf!! I may have just discovered what to do with my lone skein of BMFA Peru in Rose Quartz! So pretty!

  2. I’m glad you stuck with it… it’s a beautiful scarf and perfect in pink.

  3. That is a nice scarf pattern..did you use two different size needles? Looks great!

  4. Very nice scarf. I think I need to make one in Red for the Red Scarf project…
    share the pattern???

  5. I love your pink scarf. Where can I find the pattern?

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