I find scarves boring. However, I am LOVING Scarf Style, because they are intersting enough for me to handle. So, when I saw organic cotton and this fun looking pattern, I had to try it out! The only issue I had with this scarf is counting. You would think that counting to 7, 8 and 9 was rather easy... HOWEVER, I am a dumb ass and kept on making stupid little mistakes. Let this be a warning to those of you who think you can count...
Pattern: Midwest Moonlight by Ivy Bigelow and published in Scarf Style
Yarn: Green Mountain Spinnery Cotton Comfort in Denim
Measurements: 6 inches wide and 60 inches long
Started: November 1, 2005
Finished: November 19, 2005
Other Details: I knit this on size 6 Addi's and did 30 pattern repeats instead of 25. It was going to be too short for the really tall friend of mine that is getting this for Christmas :). Don't worry, she doesn't read my blog! Oh, I also blocked this one out pretty well and it really made a huge difference in opening up the yo's.
Since I finished one project this weekend, of course I had to start another holiday knit. This is the Ruffles Scarf from Scarf style made with Premiere Cotton. It's a super easy 4 row repeat, and I expect to finish it soon!
And finally... the last two days, I dyed a ton of yarn and updated the store with some Gyrffindor, Candy Cane and many other new colorways. Below is a picture of the new Prism yarn; a lovely blend of Crayola-like rainbow colors.