I do like to finish what I start. I used to be better about finishing a project before I would move on to another, but I have to cut myself some slack ... I'm a busy girl these days!
Ok, so ... I did not finish the yummy wedding wrap this weekend, but sure as heck did finish up a few other knitting projects.
I knit this sweater for a sweet baby name Elise, she's about 5 months old now, so I guess I am a bit behind, but that's ok ... I made it in a size 24 months ... smart thinking wouldn't you say!
You may remember this scarf I started a few weeks ago ... just finished it up at a recent high school baseball game. I did however add the pearls to the baubles just a few hours ago.
And this scarf just needed to have the ends woven in. It's fun, easy peasy, ruffly, takes just one skein of yarn and very gifty don't you think? I've included the pattern below if you are interested in making one next weekend.
Brown scarf pattern:
Any yarn will work, just make sure that the needle size matches the yarn weight.
Cast on 20 and then knit the first row.
Row 2: Knit 8, turn, knit 8, turn, knit 6, turn, knit 6, turn, knit 4, turn, knit across all 20 stitches.
Repeat row 2 for the other side of the scarf.
Repeat row 2 until your skein of yarn is all used up, then cast off and weave in the ends!