Good thing I live where winter is always cold enough to need a good scarf.
Or should I finish one of those other projects already on the needles. . .
Between all the unplanned things of life and a sprained wrist to boot, it took me a year – a year! – to knit a scarf. Now it is done and it is lovely.
We’ve been together through so much, my fuzzy warm friend, that I’m having a hard time packing you up and mailing you off even if your home is with a good friend.
pattern: Purl Soho
yarn: a soft and lovely merino of unrecalled origin
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