It seems winter isn't quite ready to give up just yet. What with the chilly temperatures coming back for a bit, it seemed a good idea to pick up the blanket again.
I'm starting on the third row of squares, and it's going a lot faster than the entrelac. I like it better, too.
I'd taken a break from it for a few days and worked on this scarf.
The pattern is Trekking Is For Necking, and the yarn is Zauberball Crazy, on size four needles. I also knit a few rows on this scarf.
This is the One Row Scarf in a Snowflake Wool Blend yarn that Beverly bought on clearance. She decided she didn't like it and gave it to me. It's knitting up into a really nice scarf.
That's all I've been working on lately. I'm determined to finish a few of my UFOs before casting on anything else. One of these days, I'm going to drag them all out and photograph them. I haven't yet, because I have so many it's a daunting prospect.
I've also challenged myself to go a whole year without buying yarn. Think I can do it? The last time I bought yarn was in December, to finish up some Christmas gifts. Now, since Hank's is closed, and Knit Picks is still on my naughty list, I think maybe I can. The only exception I'll make is if I need more yarn for Kyle's blanket.
I'll let you know how it goes.
Squeaky says, "Yeah, right."