This scarf is so soft, I hope the intended recipient enjoys it as much as I do! I think my camera may have a problem because I’m struggling to get a decent picture these days. That’s not surprising since I have abused it horribly. Oh well, I think the picture gives a feel for the pattern anyway. I’ve written up a chart (first try at that experience!) and it’s now on my “Free Patterns” page. I used Jacquie’s Knitting Chart Maker which, for my needs, is perfect!
And here is the third in the series, the Seismic Scarf. This one started as a swatch but was looking fine so I kept going. The border (an experiment with a new stitch pattern) is curling a bit so I may do a quick blocking with the scarf on the needles to confirm that it will lie OK when all is said and done.
The Diamondback Scarf is about 75% complete. It’s moving along more quickly now that I’m more practiced with the Left Twist stitch. That was giving me headaches: while it was unfamiliar, I was splitting the yarn a lot and that looks hideous with this yarn and pattern. You can’t ignore it; it must be corrected. Ech. Luckily, incidents are tapering off now. (Famous last words, I know it!)