Some charity knitting. Scarf for Ohio State Special Olympics.
That's coming out great!
Great start! Someone's going to be glad to have such a lovely scarf!
Looks very yummy! :happydance:
That's great! Who will be the lucky guy to have it?
Such a great looking scarf and a kind donation. Very handsome, indeed!
Nice! Somebody will be glad to have it!
The scarf is great, Janis, nice job. What can you tell us about the recipients? Has the Ohio Special Olympics done this in previous years?
I don't know Claire. I saw this thread about it in the charity knitting forum.
I like the colors and the pattern. Is it the Yarn Harlot pattern?K2, K1b, P1.....?
a very lovely scarf indeed.
That sounds like a cool pattern and I'm going to look for it. Is it on Ravelry? The pattern I'm using is scrunchable scarf. It's pretty simple and works up quickly.
One row handspun scarf
Cast on a multiple of 4 stitches*k2, k1tbl, p1 repeat to end
Repeat that row until you reach the desired length, run out of yarn, or go stark raving bananas. :roflhard: I've started what was meant to be a blanket but I think might turn out to be a stole/wrap using stash yarn I was given. I work on other things and go back to the One Row Project so I maintain a semblance of sanity. :teehee:
[QUOTE=GrumpyGramma;1385429][One row handspun scarf](http://www.yarnharlot.ca/blog/archives/2006/10/12/one_row_handspun_scarf.html)
Cast on a multiple of 4 stitches*k2, k1tbl, p1 repeat to end QUOTE]
What a great scarf and reversible! it!
You're welcome, Janis. As I am working on it myself, looking it up was really easy.
Well I CO 40 stitches, worked 2 rows and HATED the stitch. Lol. I'm bored. That's never a good thing.
Bored? Already? Surely you jest! :roflhard:
Repeat that row until you reach the desired length, run out of yarn, or go stark raving bananas. I've started what was meant to be a blanket but I think might turn out to be a stole/wrap using stash yarn I was given. I work on other things and go back to the One Row Project so I maintain a semblance of sanity.
I'm breaking from it to work on entrelac in the round.
I'm trying to pick a project. I finished my rows on the pet snuggle, I'm bored working on the scrunchable scarf, I tried working a circle cloth but I just don't like that pattern. Sigh. Off to make a new dishcloth lol
Hey Janis - Have you completed anything in the Circle Cloth Pattern?
The pattern was very challenging for me, idk, I haven't done much in slip stitch patterns and suspect they take some getting used to. Are you looking at the free dishcloth patterns on ravelry? I've got a page up now and go back periodically to look at it. Some of the stitch patterns really capture my interest.
I keep frogging it, Claire. I just don't like it... the pattern is fine but the cloth itself seems that it would get gunk in between the layers. I check put the free patterns pretty often but haven't for a while. Might have to do that tonight.