That Was Easy

A new creation just flew off my needles with only one frogging on the path to success.

Three things about this knit.

1. It doesn’t get much easier than this. A garter stitch scarf on large needles, picked up 32 stitches along the center of one side, kfabbed in each stitch on the way back, then worked a blown up version of the Stella Pixie Hat over 64 stitches, grafting the top together with some kitchener magic. My only difficulty was determining the amount of stitches to pick up, so I did have to frog it once, when I realized that it would only fit someone with a freakishly small head.

2. It doesn’t get much easier than this. My daughter’s smile was all the reward I needed. She is so easy to please and though I hate this yarn, it was worth it.

3. It doesn’t get much easier than this.Β Even the photo shoot was short and sweet. I’ve got a great knitted item on a beautiful model just as the sunset cast a beautiful pinkish tint to the world. That is a formula for fabulous pictures.

Oh, and the remaining 20 yards or so of this yarn went in the garbage. That was easy, too. πŸ™‚

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2 thoughts on “That Was Easy

  1. Sometimes, you just have to throw things away. And, really, what would you do with 20 yards except maybe stuff a toy with it? That’s what I’ve been known to do with some little bits of leftovers…but that means I still have to store them somewhere 😦

    At least it’s done and out of your stash πŸ™‚

  2. Pingback: Oh, Dear. I Think I Deserved That « Wool and Chocolate

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