The Knitting Sailor


Fooled
February 5, 2013, 6:33 am
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As we know, scarves are off the menu, but I have got really excited about knitting a little shrug this week – it’s a really pretty lace pattern from Ewetopia (don’t you love yarn shop names!), and its knit side to side which really shows off the graduated yarn.

It was all going well until my husband spotted it.

Isn’t that another scarf?

No – it’s a shrug.

Looks like a scarf.

Well to be fair you knit a big oblong and then sew up the ends so I can see his confusion.  In fact I don’t understand how I have ended up knitting another oblong – even when I was really trying not to.

It gets worse.

 

It’s got sequins on it.

Sorry.

It just LOOKS like a scarf

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