I hereby declare that the next time you see this hat it will not longer…
A scarf knit from an entire skein of sock yarn takes a very very long time to complete. Nearly two months to complete, if you’re me. But, a scarf made from an entire skein of Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere is totally worth the time invested.
It’s very very long. Over 10 feet, in fact.
It’s very very easy to knit. The pattern is Favorite Scarf Ever except that I didn’t do that part where you knit two equal lengths and then graft them together. I’m lazy and I just started and one end and kept going until I ran out of yarn. I don’t care that the ends don’t match.
It’s very very colorful. Lots of reds and golds and oranges and blues. It reminds me of chrysanthemums.
It’s very very soft. That cashmere is good stuff, I can tell you that. And wrapping this thing around my neck a gazillion times is going to feel so good. I’m in no hurry, though, and I’ll be happy to wait months and months before it’s cold enough to need it.
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