I knew I wanted to knit something else for a bit. Not that the socks haven’t been fun, I’m enjoying them immensely, but I wanted another little project. I had pulled the handspun yarn out sometime near July 4th. I was getting itchy with all of the things I had finished for State Fair and wanted to make something new. I resisted at the time, but pulled it out two weeks ago and started fishing for patterns. Of course, with the highly variegated nature of the yarn, nothing looked right. At least, not until I fell back on my old friend, seed stitch.
I love how it came out: the subtle variegation, the somewhat stripe effect, the softness, the drape. I just love the scarf. I love it.
Yarn: Handspun by me from The Dyeing Goblin Arts 2-Ply in Goblin Seas, approx. 170 yards
Needles: US 6 Hiya Hiya DPNs
Pattern: plain old seed stitch, cast on 25 stitches, *K1, P1,* repeat from * to * to end of row, K1, repeat pattern every row