I’m going to quit apologizing for my lack of blogging – it seems to be the thing that is never crossed off my to-do list each day. Between the things I can’t control (internet blinking out, no light for good photos) and the things I can (well, I’d rather be knitting than writing about it) the blog has taken a backseat. I know you understand.
I’ve made significant progress on the Tangled Yoke Cardigan; in fact, I’m ready to knit the sleeves so I can join and do the yoke – which should be the fun bit.
The pattern is a version of the Chevron Scarf found on Domesticat’s blog, though I made mine wider.
I had a full skein of Socks that Rock “Rare Gems” (a purple and turquoise colorway) that was pooling badly as socks, so I used that as my “base yarn,” alternating it every two rows with a selection from my leftover sock yarns.
All in all, there are 6 different colorways in there, and three different kinds of sock yarn (The STR, two kinds of Koigu, and three colors of Cherry Tree Hill Supersock.) I really like the finished scarf.