I have a finished object to report, and this one was knit just for me. It’s the “Woods in the Fall” Scarf I knit using the Noro Striped Scarf pattern. Its name was inspired by the fall colors that appeared here in early November. When I wrote about its beginning here I thought it would take creme rinse to make the Noro a tolerable softness. Much to my surprise and delight, Soak was adequate to make this scarf a pleasant experience.
Here’s a picture of it simply “hanging around”, to show you its length. Today is a damp, chilly day, the sort the Irish call a “fine, soft day”, so I am very grateful to DH for playing photographer. I stood under the roof of our porch, while he backed up into the mist.
In the tradition of “Where’s Waldo”, did you see the rabbit? He lives by my front door to greet all comers. Consider yourself greeted, friend.