Hand-knitted scarves now available in my shop.

28.8.11

I have been busy recently knitting a scarf for Sam, one of my favourite bloggers. Sam's blog is my favourite type - a diary of what she gets up to, what she eats, and a little bit of clothes and makeup too. Sam has just announced that she is pregnant which is wonderful news, and I really hope the scarf I made for her keeps her  and the bump warm through the colder months ahead!

If you like the look of Sam's scarf and would like your own it's your lucky day! They're available in my shop priced at £20 for a regular length scarf and £25 for a super long scarf like Sam's which can be wrapped round a couple of times or wrapped round once to leave super long dangly bits! Depends on your preference :)

The wool is my favourite colour - mustard yellow - and is really chunky. This bad boy will keep you warm through the cold Winter that awaits us.


I am also selling grey scarves which are unisex. As you will see the one I made for Jonathan suits him perfectly. I wish I could have shared some of his catalogue poses with you :) This scarf was made using a 'moss' stitch to give the bobbled effect, and again you can buy this in a regular/traditional length or extra long for maximum comfort.

All scarves will be sent by Recorded mail ensuring their safe arrival, and due to their handmade nature please allow 3 weeks for yours to arrive. I have to fit knitting around a full time job, a boyfriend and 2 Pugs but I will do my very best to keep well within the 3 week period.

Have a peek and see what you think! If you would prefer to email me about your order or if you have any questions drop me a line at pinkbubbles123 (at) yahoo.co.uk

14 comments:

  1. These are amazing, look so well made!

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  2. Awww he looks so cute!

    I crocheted my boyfriend a scarf one christmas and I was so proud of myself, and he loved it to pieces! There's just something special about wearing something handmade :)

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  3. AH I think they're really lovely, love the mustard colour.

    I've been meaning to learn how to knit for ages now, I wanna be able to make my own scarves!

    xx

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  4. Oooh they are so lovely! This makes me suddenly want to pick up knitting, however in my head I could pick up the yarn and start making it. In reality, I am sure it would take much longer and not be as easy. I will consider one of your scarves instead lol...

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  5. I saw this on Sam's page - they look so cosy x

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  6. I've been wondering for a while now (I got seriously green with envy when I saw you in yours earlier this year) what size knitting needles do you use with this chunky yarn? xx

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  7. mm, the yellow one looks toasty, i will be having a look!
    LO
    www.lamaepa.blogspot.com

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  8. These look great hun, Dey just bought me a mustard scarf. I might look for him though xxx

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  9. These are absolutely gorgeous! I'm thinking of my Mum for Christmas now haha

    xo

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  10. These are lovely Victoria!!! Im in the mdidle of knitting myself a nice ruby red scarf! I don't know what moss stitch is but it looks good! Thanks for your comment, really useful thank you! xxx

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  11. Gorgeous, wish I could knit.. I have tried in the past but just can't get it! x

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  12. Gorgeous scarves, I love that mustard yellow colour! x

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  13. Wow Victoria! Those are amazing! I am on a bit of a spending ban for September but come October Im definitely going to order a grey one! Beautiful! Hand made pieces are so special!
    George | frecklie.blogspot.com

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