In the craziness that has been the last month, I completely neglected to post about a quick knitting project I picked up one night when I needed to knit something different, small, and out of stash yarn. I went to my handy ravelry queue for ideas and was reminded of the Anthro-Inspired Scarflet–a pattern that copies a pretty little scarf as seen in the Anthropologie catalog.
It was perfect. Fast and easy and the end result is so very sweet.
The thing is, as I was knitting it I started to have a little debate with myself over which side looked better. The above picture is of the “right side.” Here is the “wrong”:
Both are pretty I think. This is a perfect little scarf for those cool spring nights. It was also the perfect little project that distracted me for a few days and then…it was done!
Pattern: Anthro-Inspired Scarflet
Source: Kim Seio (Free Ravelry Download)
Yarn: Alpaca with a Twist, Highlander – less than 1 skein
Needles: US 8
And special thanks to my friend Teri for lending me your modeling skillz. I need to get more knitting done so we have another excuse for a fun modeling shoot!
I will be back soon with the new sewing project I have been waiting to show. Hope you all are having a spendid weekend.