First We Take Manhattan…

Having been such a delinquant blogger, I completely neglected to mention that my Knitty scarf, Lace Ribbon Scarf, has been translated into german and spanish:

deutsch

español

Ravelrian

There may be a french version on the way; I *was* going to translate it, but someone asked if she could. And since my todo list is long enough, well, I’ll let you know when it’s live.

10 Comments

  1. Kat 6 years ago

    How cool! I absolutely love this pattern. It’s a perfect design.

  2. Maggie 6 years ago

    Congratulations on the popularity of the scarf! I knitted it in a hank of Mini Maiden in a grey-green colour. I was looking for something to wear indoors during spring or winter and love it – as many, many others do.

  3. Chrispy 6 years ago

    I have yet to knit a scarf but this little thing is wearing me down. It probably won’t be long till it gets stuffed into a sock bag to be my carry around project.

    Congrats on the translations.

  4. Robyn 6 years ago

    I have this scarf on my to-make list ;)

    Miss you Veronik! Hope all is well. I’ll be going to the next Ariadne SNB if you want to meet Mack my newest addition!

  5. cici 6 years ago

    This is great that it will be available in other languages. My sister and I both are going to make it. A friend is doing it in Noro and it looks great, that’s what inspired me to do it. :D

  6. Jenni 6 years ago

    Nice scarf. Is that you in the picture? You have pretty hair!

  7. Veronik 6 years ago

    No, it isn’t me in the picture – it’s Isabella, a set designer in Montreal. She’s a fantastic model, isn’t she?

  8. mindy 6 years ago

    She is a great model. I’ll have to see if my little goat Isabella will model…
    That is a fantastic scarf, and I do believe I have some wonderful BBF that would be just perfect. (yay, Veronik is going global!)

  9. Marjorie 6 years ago

    It’s great the scarf is being translated into different languages!! I am the 1,601th person on Ravelry to cast it on – wow!! I am knitting the Lace Ribbon Scarf as my entry to the Ravelympics 2008 event (because I am a beginner at lacy stuff!) and look forward to learning to knit it!

  10. Tania 6 years ago

    love it, love it, love it. now I just need yarn

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