I decided I had to start that little scarf
. It was easy-going, yet elegant and I had a skein of Briar Rose grandma's blessing
(thank you again, Karen
) that I have been saving for just the right thing. That little scarf
was going to get wipped up in no time flat. Um, well, not so much.
I have cast-on, knit, and ripped, repeating the process at leas 10 times. I think I could have the entire scarf finished by now. This is one of those patterns I can't seem to anticipate, and tinking back, is nearly impossible (for me . . . perhaps you'll have better luck). I have to give this little scarf
my full attention while I knit. Ann
said, that she knit this little thing on her commute to work a few years back---I can't even seem to get going while sitting in a quiet room. That little scarf
is not so little a project!
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