Well, I cast on this scarf a while back. It’s the wool from the Yarn Swap I participated in on TNN. I originally cast on 35, but got through about 50 grams of the wool and figured out that there was no way it would be long enough for a scarf, even for my 9 year old.
I am not one to frog a project. I hate it. All that time and hard work gone in 30 seconds. So I tend to just put it out of sight. Out of sight, out of mind , right?
It didn’t remove it from the mind of said 9 year old. Damn.
So I frogged it and recast on. It really kills the knitting mojo to frog a work. So this has taken longer than 100 grams of wool should take to knit.
Well worth it though.
Now, do I add a blue fringe, or not?
The pattern in the Ocean Waves Scarf, and the yarn is Cleckheaton Country 8 ply hand-dyed in blues and greens, knit on 4.5mm. It really does look like Ocean waves, doesn’t it!