It's week two of Malabrigo March and already I've finished my first project, with the second one close on its heels. Here is the pile of moose parts I need to assemble this week, ideally in time for my FO Friday post...though that might be a long shot, considering how many fiddly bits there are to assemble:scrap yarn scarf based on Becky Herrick's Snippet Scarf, a free pattern on Ravelry. For some reason, I had the insane delusion that carrying around several leftover skeins of fingering-weight yarn was a really good idea. The reality, of course, is the complete opposite, and I think this will become my kitchen knitting project instead! I have been saving lots of bits and bobs from luxury skeins of yarn - Malabrigo Finito, The Uncommon Thread Heavenly Fingering, Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock, and The Fibre Company Canopy Fingering, to name a few. Already, it's become rather unwieldy, as you can see, but I think the end result will be a very pretty (and warm) scarf that I'll wear a bunch!
Green Mountain Spinnery at the beginning of the year, and I think this skein of Wonderfully Woolly is perfect for monkey-making. I'll be pairing it with the never-ending skein of Malabrigo Worsted in Pigeon as the contrast colors, which means that this monkey will be soft AND sturdy! This also happens to be the perfect project for on-the-go, so now I am back in business for the next time In need to venture outside of the house.
Malabrigo March project, the cropped cardi in Arroyo. For those of you who missed Monday's post, you can get the scoop here (I also review the Raglanify app, which I used to generate the pattern I'm using for this project!).
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