August Sky

I guess it’s time for another Sky Scarf update. It’s exciting to be on the decrease side of the scarf now.

Oh, but wait… that means summer is almost over. Hmmmm…

Sky Scarf - August 2012

That fat strip of light blue on the left edge is from our week of smoky haze. We would have had some lovely bright blue skies if it hadn’t been for all of the smoke (from wildfires) that got trapped in our valley. Cough, cough. At least that has finally cleared out. It did make for some very pretty sunrises and sunsets, though.

Nonetheless, you can see that life in Utah is pretty blue.



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9 Responses to August Sky

  1. Vonna says:

    Is Sky Scarf the name of your pattern on Ravelry? This looks like a Baktus so I was just curious.

  2. Cookie says:


    Lovely scarf! Hard to believe you’re on the downhill side, but it is somehow August. One step closer to the end of wild fire season, right?

  3. Monica says:

    I love it. Seeing yours, I might have to make one next year. The finished scarf is going to be so beautiful!

  4. kitten says:

    How on earth is it late enough in the year to be on the decreases?

  5. Stacey says:

    You should do a temperature one next year. 😀 It’s looking wonderful.

  6. jill says:

    This really is a lovely project. It would be fun to see comparisons of scarves from different regions.

  7. margene says:

    You have a beautiful representation of our Utah skies. I’m not sure if it’s because my skarf is a mess, or if I can’t face the downward side of the year, but I can’t go forward. I’m burying mine and celebrating yours!

  8. Kym says:

    So lovely, Cheryl! It’s like a journal you can wear!

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