This is the One Skein Chevron Scarf that I found on Ravelry. It should really be called the Lickety-Split scarf because it makes up super fast. Even using MadTosh Merino light with a G hook is not slowing me down. It should be finished by tomorrow.
I bought this yarn last year and was a little bit disappointed when I got it in the mail, because I thought it was too pinky for me. I tried out two different patterns with it, and ripped them both out. This one just feels right. And it doesn't seem too pink as a scarf. Or maybe I'm just getting used to looking at it. The color is called Molly Ringwald.I would like to make it again, but wider and wear it as a wrap. It's incredibly soft to the touch. Still haven't decided how much I'm going to block it out.
Here is some cute material, found on sale at Joann's. It's Market Stalls from Alexander Henry collection.
The other book is just quilting eye candy. There are several quilts in here I like, but they will have to get to the back of the long line of "things I want to make" dancing around in my head.
The next 6 days are supposed to be over 100 degrees. Yay me. Even the pool will be hot.
Whoever invented air conditioning, I love you right now.