Sarah has started making and selling laser cut wood jewellery that she crochets too! A-may-zing! Check out the Aunty Bea & Co Etsy store and Facebook page and Instagram!
I’m not getting compensated for this plug, I’m just sharing my friend’s awesome-ness!
The yarn and pattern hung out in my stash since I got them. Meanwhile, the whole time I was thinking that I should probably knit it up.
I started knitting it earlier this year, following the pattern by Threads & More that came with the yarn. After knitting one ball of the two I had, it came up way too short. So I frogged it, which was a bit tricky with this mohair yarn because it is quite fluffy and got tangled easily.
I decided to cast on half the number of stitches and hope for the best. I struggled through and finished it. I prefer longer scarves, but it was free yarn so it is what it is 🙂
Here is the scarf on Ravelry where I’ve posted notes.
~Changes I made this time~
- Cast on half the stitches called for in the pattern.
- I changed up the row repeats a little bit *cough*accidentally*cough*
~What I Like~
- It feels so lovely.
- The shorter length means its not going to flap in the breeze and get snagged on things.
~What I Don’t Like~
- The yarn that I knitted twice is looking a bit worse for wear
- A bit annoyed I had to frog it
~Changes for Next Time~
- I may try this pattern again using some other yarn.
|Time||Didn’t count the number of hours, but there would have been a lot
(* $17-ish Australian minimum wage)
|Too many $|
This scarf is so lovely and soft. I’m not sure if I’ll keep it or give it away. While I was making it a few people were eyeing it off. So I might just have to give it to someone for Christmas.
Do you keep supplies in your stash for a long time before you use them? If so, what do you consider a long time?What is the longest you’ve kept a supply before you’ve used it?
Have you recently made something from supplies you’ve had in your stash for a long time?