I haven’t done a Sky Scarf Saturday update since June (eep!) and it’s August now. The summer has flown by so quickly. The seasons are really showing in my scarf and I love the neon pops.
It’s currently around 33 inches and it’s half done. I’m not sure if only making it for 2014 will be long enough for my liking. It might take longer to make, which is depressing because I really, really want to wear it ASAP. Patience, grasshopper.
Sorry for no Sky Scarf update on Saturday but I was away from my computer this weekend. However, it’s Monday and it’s a snow day! Classes are cancelled, which means I had time to catch up on a few rows and snap a photo.
I really thought it was going to warm up but the 6 inches of white fluff outside says otherwise.
It’s Sky Scarf Saturdaaaaaaaay!
You have no idea how excited I am to share my update. :D
Isn’t it beautiful?!?! I’m getting way too emotional over a scarf. How do you like that random charcoal stripe due to a 62 degree day in the middle of January?
And a life update: I’m getting way too into the things I’m doing right now that I’m scaring myself. Questioning my priorities in life and how my actions reflect them. But knitting keeps me sane and makes me seem even crazier.
Whooooooo! I’m so excited to start this series.
This year I’m attempting to create my own version of the Sky Scarf Project. Every other Saturday, I’ll be posting an update on my scarf and how it’s turning out. It’s the first Saturday of 2014, so here’s my first update.
I’m keeping track of my temperature data in this cute little log book I recycled from my old school stuff.
I literally just got back to my apartment where my neon is located so I haven’t had time to add a bit to the notebook.
I made this contraption to keep my yarns separate and nice yesterday out of a shoebox.
And here’s the three rows I have so far. Since I’m doing high temperatures, I usually can’t knit the row for the day until it gets dark out, so I’ll be knitting today’s row tonight, which I’m predicting will be linen heather because it is freezing in the mid-Atlantic right now.
This 2014 snow storm is sure making for an interesting scarf. Come back in two weeks to see where I stand then!