Being up north . . .
means plenty of time for stitching!
And after my last project -- which required multiple balls of yarn and constant counting - I wanted to work on something simple. Something that I could knit in the car. Or on the boat. Or sitting around the campfire. No counting. No juggling balls of yarn. Something . . . fun. And portable.
So I grabbed a ball of interesting yarn and decided to try this pattern. (Added BONUS: the pattern is free!) At first, I wasn't sure of this particular yarn-pattern juxtaposition, but I think it's growing on me. And the pattern certainly works for a simple knit -- just set it up, place a marker, and pay slight attention every 12 rows or so.
And if the rain holds here for the rest of the afternoon, well . . . I just might even finish this thing before I get home tomorrow!
Head over to Kat's for more Unraveled tales today.