What’s that you say? I left my shawl in the bushes? No, no, no . . . it’s not my shawl!
It’s Spencer’s new scarf! I must say, this Into the Whirled colorway has been transformed by Annett Cordes’ simple and elegant Linus pattern. I love the result and it seemed only right that this one found its forever home around Spencer’s shoulders. The colors are perfect for him, and I hope it keeps him warm during all of this winter’s outdoor chores. (I am secretly hoping he doesn’t wear it while working *under* the prison bus . . . but we can keep that just between us bloggers, right?) Here are some FO shots of what is now known as the “Woodcutters” scarf in action! Technical details are below.
- Knit on size US 4 needles (2.5mm)
- Yarn: Into the Whirled Bukavu Sock (100g / 460 yds)
- Colorway: Mukhina
- Leftovers? ZERO!
- Overview: Simple, elegant, garter stitch, bias pattern that really highlights the lovely changes and color pooling in a single skein of variegated yarn . . . I really want to cast on about 10 more of these. It was a quick, calming knit perfect for traveling. Way better than socks (did I just say that???)