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I won (Thank you!) and Tiennie chose so well when she decided on the Silkie in Lunasea for me... I said I'd like brown, green, blue, teal, grey... I'd say I got almost all of them, most suitably named Lunasea and gorgeously soft. Nice.
I thought it should turn into something nice, too. So I ruled out socks or a complicated scarf I am not able to make yet, and I did not know how far the yarn would reach, so I opted for a Kerchief Scarf (Last Minute Knitted Gifts, Joelle Hoverson, ISBN 978-1-58479-367-0) and keep on knitting until the yarn runs out.
I knitted only while waiting on the kindergarten playground, so it took about two weeks to make it. But great to see again how much can be done by using all those minutes you are busy with nothing but waiting.
While it got larger and larger I thought it would be a comfortable scarf for Dagny to wrap in when riding the train in summer. Around the shoulders or on the lap, it is always so chilly on the trains... a scarf for Dagny should include something pink and cute, so the fancy border was added. And now we are quarreling about it because I still like cute, too...
Of course my girl looks way cuter than me... but that's supposed to be so.
Thanks again, Tiennie, for the beautiful yarn!
Have a good week!