Even though my knitting mojo has returned, I have been sticking with simple things like dishcloths, scarves, plain socks, and the Eastern Market Tote I referred to in my last post. This is mostly due to all the major changes in the last couple of months – the out-of-state move, the new job and new home. I just can’t manage a fussy lace project or anything with sleeves right now, which is why I am completely ignoring the sweater I started in 2019 that is practically finished except for seaming. More on that in another post.
|Knit with me!|
Shortly before I moved, I determined I was going to find a pattern for this yarn. You know they say where there’s a will, there’s a way. Besides, I had already packed most of the yarn stash and this was the most easily accessible.
I came across Handmaiden’s Crisscross Scarf. It fit the bill! The stitch repeat is easy to memorize, and I really like the texture of the fabric it produces.