Then, when my friend, Pam, emailed me pictures of her Morning Surf Scarf knit with her handspun, I knew I wanted to try it again. So here is my scarf in progress:
I so loved Sandy's brightly colored roving and I used it all up in these skeins so I painted one similar to hers. Here's mine and I call the colorway "Periwinkle II" since it reminds me of little sea creatures.
The Morning Surf Scarf is really quite easy, even though those long floats look daunting. The pattern called for 76 stitches (multiple of 10 stitches plus 6 stitches), but I chose to do 36 stitches. This is a great and easy project for handspun and I hope some of you will give it a try.