You may recall how excited we all were to have 6 yellow beans in our harvest. Today, we finally harvested some green beans.
They immediately turned into mustaches.
Now why you would put a bean on your upper lip is beyond me.
I must not have the creative gene. Which is why I follow patterns, even for something as simple as a scarf. So many of you asked about the pattern from yesterday's photo. It's the My So Called Scarf pattern. Mel, I tried to make a bigger photo, but the yarn is so reflective with the camera flash that the pattern just did not show. I think the stitch pattern shows well on the scarf in the link. The yarn I am using is a worsted weight wool/mohair blend. The pattern calls for Manos, which IMO is thicker than worsted, so I should have known to cast on more stitches. I think the concensus is to make a wider scarf. I'm gonna ask the recipient and see if she wants long and narrow, or long and wide.
Another scarf pattern I am considering is diagonal lace scarf from Midnight Purls. I think it will look good in a variegated yarn. What do you think?
Anonymous (Mom, is that you?) asked if those were Sheila's needles. All I can say, in my best Minnesotan, is "you betcha!"