I knit this using 2/18 Zephyr 50/50 wool silk on US #3 needles. It took approximately 380 yards to make the scarf 8"x80".
Well, again, I'm off into an experimental project.
So after three grueling days of driving through mountains (hey, I'm a flatlander, what do you expect?) I have arrived safe and sound in Southern California.
Here is a picture of my daughter in her new Fish Hat. Since we've moved to Wisconsin from Los Angeles, I have a new knitting purpose in life.
Sorry, but I assumed the world knew you could knit Kitchener stitch.
I recently had the most delightful exchange with Wendy Bernard, a designer some of you, dear readers, know from her well-written book on top down, fitting knitted garments.
What a pleasant surprise to me.
A few weeks ago someone asked about binding off and I think it was about binding off in ribbing.
I'm about ready to crochet in public. Our plane to the UK has been delayed. I brought two projects along with me to do as space is a consideration. I don't have much in terms of carry-on room.
Just a quickie to show what I got at Rhinebeck. You can see it's mostly spinning fiber. I managed to get only one fun yarn, having specific projects to buy for.