Been Pretty Busy - Not Knitting Much

Last night was the first time I've been able to spend any time knitting in a few days. It was nice to finally be able to sit back, relax, and knit a few rows on the still unfinished scarf.

It is coming along though. Before going to bed last night I took a quick measurement and it's at 44" now. I'm guessing that there is enough yarn left on the skein for maybe another 8 - 10". When the skein runs out the scarf will be finished.

I'll be getting home from the road some time on Monday. I'll be home for a week and so will have some knitting time.

I hit a sale at Hobby Lobby and picked up a circ, some DPNS in sizes 6 and 8, and a few skeins of sport weight yarn. I'm going to tackle socks and a hat while I am home.


MMario's picture

Good for you Mason! Keep us posted on your progress - and why not a picture or two of the complete scarf when you do finish it

MMario - I don't live in the 21st Century - but I sometimes play a character who does.

MMario - I'm not divorced from reality - we're having a trial separation

You go Mason! I think you will enjoy knitting socks. Glad to see you are progressing so well. Keep us posted of your progress. Love your blog!


RCC's picture

Socks are great fun! Starting with a larger needle and sportweight yarn is a good idea for a first sock! What part of the country do you drive? Perhaps if we all find out we can connect while you are on the road!

Knit on!

grandcarriage's picture

The international sock of doom (you should be able to google it, is a nice worsted weight ankle sock. (Note the errata in the pattern). It's pretty easy and quick, and comfy: I'm wearing a pair right now. Handknit wool socks in winter. OHMYGOD! I will never wear crummy cotton socks in the cool months again. Great for something to do when you fly: I recommend bryspun flexi needles (DP), because they are plastic and non-threatning, and non-breakable...

Not tonight honey: I'm knitting...

"Great for something todow when you fly," says Bob.

I love that! I can imagine the conversation at security. "Hmmm, I see you've got knitting needles in your carry-on luggage."

"That's correct sir, I'm working on the 'International Sock of Doom.'"

"Come with me please."

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