I have cold feet today.
It’s my fault, since I’m running around barefoot—but I can’t bear to put socks on. A few days of sunshine, a little birdsong, and talk of planting a garden have swept me into springtime.
Just in time for a March blizzard, of course.
But that’s okay—spring fever is keeping me warm.
It’s amazing how a piece of fabric that lives in my pocket can get so filthy.
I made this wallet in August based on Thimbleanna‘s purse thingy tutorial, and it served me well.
But after a semester of wear and tear, it was looking… well… worn and torn.
So I made a new one.
I’d like to introduce knitting feat number three – a hooded scarf I deem worthy of gracing this adorable head.
I’ve already explained the glorious potential of hooded scarves in my last post – as well as the many pitfalls (exhibit a).
It follows that when I found a design that actually worked, I didn’t just hang on to it. I had to explore its possibilities.
Hooded scarves are a brilliant idea.
Unfortunately, they don’t always turn out well.