Inspiration has lately been coming from the stash. And, as in the case of this garter stitch striped scarf, also from the wonderful book Humans of New York. [Somewhere near the back, in the last few pages, a woman outside Carnegie Hall, I think. I’d have to go look again. Go get the book and flip to the back, you’ll see it.] Finding that photo--in a book not about knitting or yarn or scarves--and then finding these two yellow yarns sitting fortuitously beside one another, the darker one of which is a leftover from a years-ago requested and long-gone pair of Hufflepuff socks, has triggered this project. Nice and plain, with color. Yarn! You rock.
When this is gone, the tapestry granny thingy will be finished. So close!
A cardigan for me, in a light-sucking brown yarn the color of Hershey bars. The sleeves are already finished, and I noticed, too late to do anything but rip them out and start over which I have decided not to do, that I had knit the stitch pattern incorrectly. Well, who cares, it’s a brown cardigan, the 2013 version of my Annual Brown Cardigan. When winter really gets here, I’ll do the next predictable thing and make a gray one. The yarn is already—wait for it—in the stash. Also, it snowed.