Someone took all the color right out of this day! That’s too bad, because I finished the Japanese Vines scarf, and if there were any color to be found in the atmosphere, these photographs might have done it more justice.
I fiddled and fooled with the color in my photo program, and I thought I brought out some of the beautiful purple and green haze.
Please use your (vivid) imagination.
I absolutely adore this piece. I love the way the leaves tilt, and aren’t those stitches divine? The yarn is the best part — soft and lovely to knit with, and after a Soak it’s full and sweet and oh, just perfect.
- Japanese Vines by Michelle Molis
- Silk/Merino Yarn by String Theory in Maine, 3-ply, approximately 560 yards
- 3.5mm/US4 KnitPicks Options circular needles (nice for this pattern and yarn)
- Modifications: I cast on 63 stitches rather than 47 or 55 and worked 16 32-row repeats
- Finished size is 73″ long by 6″ wide
There are always socks going on, so it’s not as if I have nothing to knit. I’m just about to finish the second Pie Crust sock, so I won’t bother to show them now. I think I’ll just knit the sock and see what happens.
Great, now the sun is coming out.