The cowl scarf I made used about half the yarn that I expected it to take, so I was left with 2 skeins of that wonderfully soft bamboo blend. I finally decided that I would make a scarf for myself. Maybe. Oh, I'll make the scarf... MAYBE I'll keep it. I can't decide if I really want a scarf. Oh, sure, there may be occasions when I might wear one for the cold. You know, if I go visit the snow somewhere. But there are people who would wear it for a fashion accessory. I would like to think I would do more to accessorize, but I'm not kidding myself about choosing to wear a scarf around all day. I just don't see that happening. I'll probably give it to someone who likes the green, and would wear it.
The scarf I'm knitting is pretty plain and simple. I'm knitting every row, and the scarf lays nice and flat. The needles are pretty small, too. This is going to take a while to knit, I'm thinking, with those tiny needles. That was what appealed to me, though, after doing the cowl on larger ones for a lacier effect. I'm almost through the first skein of yarn, and I can't tell if the two skeins will be enough for what I want, though. I'd really like to sew the ends together and make an infinity scarf. I think it would look really nice that way.
Perhaps on someone else, though. Anyone want to volunteer for scarf experimentation?