Desire Scarf: Ignition

Having finished Hey, Saint Peter yesterday, I was in a pinch to have something to work on at my guild meeting, in addition to packing gift for Miss Fox. I grabbed the last two skeins from that bin I’ve been telling you about – Yes, now empty! Bells! Whistles! :D – and pretty much was out the door for my eight-dollar Uber.

At the guild, I looked up the knit stitch – keeping in line with my learning theme – I’d never stitched the linen stitch. I’d heard that it can be tedious and slow-going. I cast on at the guild yesterday and did a few rows when I got home. I am happy with my progress and don’t mind the back and forth, which I may account for the tedious comments.

The funny thing for me is that no matter how loose I knit – and believe me I am “trying” because I feel like my tension is so loose – the fabric is even and snug. <3 <3 <3

Desire – artist to be revealed in final post – was another random play choice from my music library. It’s such a passionate song – and under the right influence, an anthem – that the passion matches my pleasure at the fabric that this Noro yarn will create. I chose the word ignition over cast on because desire is ignited.

At least I think it’s Noro. I could’ve sworn I saw one label, but I don’t see it handy right now and I don’t want to have to make corrections to this post, so let’s leave it for further clarification, okay?

Author: A Hooker's World

Fiber artist, designer and instructor with over 30 years crochet experience and about 10 years knit experience.

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