|Also featured: one cake-shaped pin cushion, box of crackers and drill|
Blocking has never done as many wonders as it did this time making the scarf bigger, softer and drape better. Of course, I did have help.
|In the back: Pulla, aka the little monster. In the front: Kölli, aka 6,5 kilos of brains.|
Apologies for the picture quality, but somehow the lighting is not all that good around here on February midnights. Which is why, since I was actually going outside for a change, I took my camera with me. Behold: scarf in action!
|Oh right, the yarns: one black skein of Austermann Step, and a little less than one skein of Noro Kureyon Sock. The yarns have very different textures, which miraculously is not a problem AT ALL.|
|The flaps do not quite lie flat but I'm too cold to block them.|
The reason why I'm hunting down the specifics is that I have the grid lying around just waiting to be shared. If you click the picture below and then save it on your computer it should be plenty big enough to work from. Knock yourselves out!
|Yes, cross stitch is cool.|
By the way, the owner of those paws in the photograph above would like you to know that he has so far only vomited on the bathroom floor.
|Malike REALLY loves her bathroom floor.|