Now that I've gone low carb, potato chips are something I really need to avoid. But a potato chip scarf? No problem!
Yesterday was the monthly meeting of the machine knitting group. The topic of the meeting was to get people using their intarsia carriages. I've done a little with mine, but not a lot. When I first got the LK150, when Meg was 2 months old, I tried to do a cardigan with horizontal Fair Isle borders for the button bands (the sweater was knit bottom up, but the bands were to be sideways, so the Fair Isle band was vertical. Make sense?). It was too much, at that time.
I had some issues with her upper paws, and she doesn't have her three dimensional bow, but everyone here knew it was Hello Kitty! I might be tempted to actually make a real project with her on it for one of the girls, probably Meg. Perhaps a cardigan with it on the back. Meg is "hot blooded" and does not need sweaters, LOL, but a cardigan or hoodie is handy.
Yarn In: 5746gr (still!)
Yarn Out: 85gr (scarf---I'm not weighing swatches) + 6077gr =
Balance: 4404 gr more In than used (not up to date, I'm going to blow past that in the next post!)
Costs: $177.48/93 days = $1.91