I finally finished ny Juno Regina scarf/wrap/stole/thing, only two weeks or so late. But hey, I didn't work on it at all for like three weeks, so there you go: proof that if you do not knit on a project, it will not knit itself! To quote Mr. Spock, "Fascinating." Here is a picture of the unblocked scarf:
I will block it this weekend, and it will be even more beautiful. However, it might have to be for me, as there are a myriad of mistakes in it, littles holes where yarn overs are not supposed to be. It might be pretty, though. We'll see.
In other news, I picked up my Waves scarf again, and it's going right along pretty fast:
It's wonderful how worsted weight yarn goes so much more quickly than the lace weight yarn of the Juno Regina did. The 100% silk yarn is so shiny and gorgeous! It's a little hard to work with because it's so slippery and inelastic, but I do not care. It's pretty.
I started a dead-easy garter stitch scarf to knit and watch TV by, using size 8 needles and 1 skein of Haiku from Alchemy. Cast on 40 stitches and knit every row, piece of cake:
Nora is at her usual post: