I was able to fit scarves, cowls and afghans into my favorite bin. Everything has been tagged with project name and fiber content on the back of my old business cards. Of course, the phone is wrong, but hey, I might attract more followers.
Here are the shawls, which I will get to next month. I am actually notice more room in my garage residence. The funny thing is that while i tagging everything for charity, I decided to keep the more quality fibers for myself…like…
Cast On: February 7, 2016 Cast Off: February 8, 2016 Dimensions:18-inch Diameter x 7-inch Width Yarn: Unknown (Fiber Content: Unknown; Yarn Color: Red+; Yarn Weight: 5, Bulky+) Needle: US 10 – 6 mm Price:USD $25.00 2018-08-14: removed from inventory; donated to charity
CSNanaCat gave me some yarn she did not want anymore. After combining some of it with some of my odds and ends I came up with a big ball o’ yarn! Initially, I was just going to create scrap scarfs, but as I began with this red, which was pretty much a full skein without a label, I began to like it by itself and felt it the fabric was big enough to be an item unto itself.
As for the construction: 30 stitches worked in garter for the entirety of the yarn, and seamed with a crochet slip stitch.