This week I haven't had time to photograph all my works in progress. In fact, I realized that in addition to the spinning and knitting (the loom hasn't been out of the box for a couple of months, which is a tragedy) I have a sewing WiP that I'm starting to feel ready to finish.
However, the one WiP I do have pics of is barely a WiP at all, and I could really use some help nailing it down. I bought this beautiful yarn at Happy Knits in Portland on a recent vacation. The yarn is Madelinetosh's Tosh Vintage in the Shoreline colorway. It is a discontinued color so it was 20% off. That, of course, meant I had to buy two skeins instead of one. Look at those pretty colors. As a blue-eyed girl I think it is going to be perfect for me!
I think this wants to be a long infinity scarf. I wasn't sure if I liked them or not, but my sister gave me one for the holidays last winter and I wore the heck out of it. This is a round springy yarn that is very smooth but sturdy. The high twist will show off a textured stitch beautifully. I want something thick and smooshy and warm, but not too stiff. Right now I can't decide if it needs to be a Purl Ridge Scarf by Stephen West or a Honey Cowl by Madelinetosh. Which one do you think this yarn wants to be?
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