On one of my expeditions into the deep, dark jungle of my stash, I came across a skein of Tahki Baby Print. Hmm, what’s this I have? I don’t remember this. Three skeins? Wow, that much, eh? And then, having other projects on priority, I’d put it back, and forget about it until the next expedition. Now that I have discovered that I have, unfortunately, become sensitive to the itchiness of most wool, I have re-discovered this soft, cozy, merino.
It was a fun and fast knit and with such a big gauge I averaged almost a skein a day of progress. It’s huge, at 175 cm or 69 inches, and chunky.
I’m going to get some enjoyment out of the heads that will turn at the sight of the scarf that swallowed the woman. Just perfect for cold morning walks.
Pattern: My So-Called Scarf by Allison Isaacs
Yarn: Tahki Baby Print
Needles: 12.75 cm / U.S. 17