I'm sure you have stood in the check out line at the grocery story and have noticed the last-minute little impulse items set up within arms reach. You know like gum, candy, chapstick, etc? I know your kids have noticed. (In fact our grocery store now has a family friendly isle, which is wider, and is devoid of all the sugary entrapment's, that the kiddies beg for while your waiting.) I usually end up grabbing a pack of gum, or a nail file for my purse.
Well that's what happened to me on Sunday morning, in my sewing room.
Mereknits, who made this scarf (in fact, two of them out of pretty Noro yarn), then onto the pattern from Fiber Flux. It called for sock yarn and an H hook. Well, what do you know, I happened to have both.
Arugula Scarf by Jennifer Dickerson
Kaffe Fassett Regia sock yarn, given to me in a swap by my blog friend Katrin in Germany. I love the blues and violets in this yarn.
Modifications: I added one more row of dc.
Go ahead. Make one.