Bainbridge Scarf

Bainbridge Scarf

Here’s another quickie knit done while at the numerous Christmas dinners attended over the weekend.  Instead of taking those comatose naps after dinner I found a nice cozy spot on the couch and did a few rounds.  I’m loving garter rib lately – it is what my father’s scarf was done in as well as the border of the Tangled Yoke.

This neck warmer from Mintyfresh is made from the fabulously soft Manos Silk Wool which I have been itching to work with ever since my LYS got it in.  I got the inspiration for this via another blogger, The Daily Purl ,who had used this yarn.  I knew my one ball of this stuff was destined for this!

I finished it last night and wove in the ends this morning and have yet to take it off.  I’m on vacation until Jan 3rd and today is one of those days where it’s a struggle to simply get off the couch.  The weather is that misty rainy day where even umbrellas are fruitless as the drops are really coming at you sideways.  Taking a leisurely walk outside only makes my glasses fog up and fill with rain drops. 

I’m perfectly contented with my day though – I am working on the back of a sweater I’ve been wanting to make in the midst of all my Christmas knitting.  It’s a wrap sweater from Rebecca which I suspect will be the first completed sweater of the new year. (although who follows the promises I make to myself… ha!)

It’s spoiling to make a bunch of smaller knits because working on the back of the sweater seems tedious and long.  I have to get back into the "sweater mentality" realizing that this piece won’t just take  a day or two to complete.  Once I get back into it I hope it goes a bit better, for right now I’m feeling a bit impatient.  I’m hoping these days off will make it better since I have more than enough time to knit!

8 thoughts on “Bainbridge Scarf

  1. Beverly says:

    The scarf looks so cozy and comfy. We had the same kind of day here and that would have been the perfect thing to wrap around my neck! I’m also working on a wrap sweater…Ivy from Knitty. I’ve got the yarn for Tangled Yoke so I will be watching your progress intently. I don’t comment often, but I should because I really enjoy your blog! Your knits are always so classy. Have a great New Year’s and enjoy these days off! (I also am on break until the 3rd…nice, eh?)


  2. abby says:

    I got a single skein of baby alpaca for Christmas, and I think this is the perfect project for it! I love the color you chose for yours. It’s really lovely.


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