Yes, what I've been doing on the landscape is pretty boring and really difficult to see in a photo, so I thought I'd show you what I've been working on in the evenings...
1. Cast on an even # of stitches (I used 52) - any yarn will do, but I'm using Paton's Kroy Sock yarn. I think a finer yarn shows off the pattern better. Simply cast on enough stitches to make the width of scarf you require, making sure there's an even number.
2. Knit 4 rows
3. Knit first 4 stitches of each row. In between, just YO, K2 tog until 4 stitches before the end. Knit the 4 stitches. Knit until you have a scarf length you like (or you run out of yarn!), making sure you leave enough yarn to knit 4 rows to finish it off. I am guessing that three balls of Kroy will make a scarf about 60" long.
- Well, I can't say that I ever imagined doing THIS but it is intriguing.
- THIS intrigues me too. I would like a jacket using this technique.
- HERE is another thing you might like to try doing.
- And HERE is another one.
- Have a peek at the work by THIS amazing artist.
Today's quote is from Stephen R. Covey..."The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply"