I can't tell you how happy I am to be knitting again. I need to find more projects (maybe a bigger one) to keep me busy through the winter.
This week I started and finished two ruffle scarves.
The first one is a variegated blue one from the Frill Seeker yarn I showed you last week. It's a little shorter than the others I made, but it's just perfect for tucking into a light jacket.
Here are a close up:
The second one is made from Bernat Truffles yarn. I love this yarn. It's similar to Red Heart's Ribbon yarn and so much easier to work with than say Red Heart's Sashay or the Frill Seeker one because there's a really clear spot where your needle is supposed to go. No guessing as you do with the others. Anyway, I didn't need more yarn, but I was in Walmart the other day and saw this yarn. I love it's fuzzy edge. If I buy any more, I'm going to have to start hiding it from my husband. ;)
I didn't follow the pattern on the paper band because it was going to be too thin and too long. I made the following changes: 11 stitches instead of 6 and I knitted into every hole instead of every second one.
This is basically the same pattern for the Red Heart Ribbon scarf I did a couple of weeks ago.
Here are a close up of this one:
Finally, here's a shot of the two of them together:
This week, I'm probably going to make another scarf. I know, no surprise there. This time I think I'm going to try making another one that's knitted from end to end rather than across the width. I said I was going to wait until I found more of one specific yarn, but there's no reason that I can see why I can't try it with one of the others. It might work.
At some point, I want to start knitting something that isn't a scarf. I don't know if it's going to be this week, though. I'll have to give it some thought.
Needlework Tuesday is hosted by Heather over at Books and Quilts.