I cast on a new project yesterday. I didn’t mean to, it just…happened. I was near a Joann store, and I had three coupons about to expire, and nobody likes to let those coupons go to waste, right? There was nothing I needed, but I thought I could get some fun acrylic to add more inexpensive items to my inventory. I wandered around, enjoying the colors, and pondering several different yarns. Then I saw THIS yarn, and the choice was made.
Much Pretty! So Rainbow!
As soon as I got home, I perused scarf patterns, wanting something simple and quick to make that would show off the colors. I settled on Diane’s Diagonal Scarf, similar to a candy cane scarf I’ve made before, and cast on. If only it were that simple. That pattern said it made a scarf 4″ wide, and I wanted wider, so I cast on more stitches. My first attempt was too wide and too dense. I switched to bigger needles and fewer stitches. Good fabric but still too wide. Cast on again, settling on 31 stitches. I will note, this yarn does not like being frogged. It’s all fuzzy, so it likes to catch on itself and get stuck together. But I do love the colors, and it’s nice and soft to knit with.
But today, seriously, I’m going to work on the mermaid blanket. I swear. I mean, maybe after a few more rows of this scarf…
Ooh that yarn is knitting up beautifully. I like using it for hats. No fun to frog though
Thanks! I think I’ll have one skein left over for a matching hat. What pattern do you like for it?
I usually use the sock head hat pattern but I don’t cast on as many stitches.
Oh how beautiful is this!
I also like your pattern choice. The colours really appear in a rainbowy manner with those short rows 🙂
Thank you! I love it when the easiest patterns turn out so pretty. 🙂
Love the colors, especially with that pattern.