Jaywalker 2, 4th picThere are two occasions when it is necessary for me to work on a traveling sock at home – turning the heel and grafting the toe. Now that the heel is turned on this one, it’s gone back in the bag to await the next bit of travel – which is Thursday, so it won’t have to wait too long. I think I’m going to finish this pair before going back and knitting the second Pomatomus. Then I have so many ideas and plans for socks… good thing I have a whole set of aluminum sock needles in addition to these trusty bamboo size 1s!

Ostrich Plumes Scarf, 4th picThis scarf, on the other hand, is always going to be a project which I’ll only work on at home. The further I get, the faster and easier it goes… but I wouldn’t want to mess this one up when I’m not in a place that I could just put it down and calmly walk away from it. I still don’t know how long to make it, or how to wear it, but I like how it looks so far!

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2 Responses to “In Which the Pirate Knits On.”
  1. Janis says:

    How’s the Morehouse Merino laceweight for working with? Pleasing to touch?

  2. Noelle says:

    The scarf looks absolutely incredible! That varigated yarn looks so gorgeous with the stitch pattern. Beautiful work!

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