How can you NOT be happy with this bright green cowl, with a green glitter strand?!
I was on a roll between New Years and the return to school. My bulky knitting machine, the Singer SK155 was behaving and I was determined to crank out a few things. I had gone into my storage area for something else, and this bright green yarn jumped at me and insisted on being used. I totally hadn't planned on it. I ended up making three scarves on the knitting machine, but I'm not sure now which came first.
Which one of the tuck rib ones I did first, I did have to do some playing around. I think I did a red one first and I'll show it soon. In the end, I think I chose the same set up I used here. And in reading that, I see the pattern was in the ribber manual. Life would have been easier if I had remembered any of this (that I had used it previously and that, even better, it was in the manual). This time, I was putting the needles into/out of hold position by hand...so yeah. Maybe I should read my own blog?
April 2013. Which isn't really all that long ago. But it's still neat to see how long it had to marinate before being used.
Yarn In: 120gr
Yarn Out: 62gr + 90gr = 152gr
Balance: 32gr more USED than in
Costs: $7.91/18 days = $0.44 per day