I needed something mindless to work on in the UCLA School of Dentistry tomorrow, while I am evaluated for services. I wanted to start a crochet wingspan, but could not remember the stitch counts from the knitted pattern and not the pattern is not available for free anymore. Too much thinking required, so I started a back loop single crochet shawl: On da Hook: August 16, 2015. The project name – Crooked Teeth by Death Cab For Cutie – should be an obvious reference to my dental health issues.
I am not crazy about the back loop construction. I am almost tempted to use the red cone with the natural colors for Crochet Boomerang Scarf v1 by Gail S. Hovanec. Crap I just noticed I cut my ends. Well, I just stayed with the blue, green, purple, this might be able to be saved. Maybe I’ll just continue back loop for the an approximate nape and then switch to another single crochet method?
This is MY proposed color scheme for my next shawl: Crooked Teeth – by Death Cab for Cutie. If you would like to suggest a different color scheme please leave a comment with the numbers in your suggested order. I will be checking this post tonight before I go to bed, as I am due in the “dentist” office first thing tomorrow and will begin this shawl as I sit in the waiting room. I have a tooth that requires a root canal or extraction, a wisdom tooth that extraction is suggested, and the roots of a broken tooth that extraction is suggested.
Yesterday, I was going through some yarn on my shelf and noticed a layer of dust on the yarn. This was a clear indication to me that I need to address the yarn in this shelf immediately. Everything else is in bins and or covered, so it can wait.
The only identifiable yarns in the picture above are Pingouin Pingoluxe (Yarn #: 3; Fiber Content: 73% Acetate, 32% Polyamide; Yarn Color: 01; Yarn Weight: 3, DK) and Newton’s Yarn Country Nevada (Yarn #: 8; Fiber Content 100% Rayon).