I mentioned in my last post that at the show-and-tell session at the Guild Convention 2 weeks ago, I showed the summer scarf knitted in Rowan Linen Drape that I started in April (described here). I finished it just before the Convention.
Here it is. It does drape very well (as it should, given the name of the yarn). I like the fact that even the stocking stitch stripes are slightly translucent. And as I planned, it's an open pattern but not too fussy.
If I've got time (hah!) I'll write out a chart for the pattern and add it to this post. And I'll try to take another photo with a better colour - the blue is less grey than in this photo.
I haven't actually worn it yet - it's been too warm to want to wear a scarf. But today is cold and damp - a raincoat and a scarf are needed, and it will get its first wearing.