I think I'm finally done with the neckwear. This last Just Enough Ruffles Scarf was the final project. (See here, pre blocking).
The weather turned this weekend, and we got enough of a glimpse of spring that I fell out of love with neckwear. Not that I don't love this piece - I do. I think the pattern is brilliant, and the yarn (Berrocco Lustra, mostly merino, with a touch of Tencel for shine) is delicious. This will make a wonderful gift for someone. (I already have a great grey scarf).
This pattern is really well named - there are JUST ENOUGH ruffles along the edge..
Now on to bigger and better things. Or maybe a return to some things. I've picked up my cotton/rayon cardigan again, and have re-fallen in love with the fabric it's creating. I have to remember to make this shorter than I want it - this fabric STRETCHES when hung. So, my planned 3/4 length sleeves are probably going to end up full length, and that's good. Then there's the Rowan Yorkshire Tweed in that yummy lime-y green colour calling my name - cardigan or pullover? I'm leaning towards pullover - Vneck, top down raglan, garter or seed stitch hems, maybe some colourwork, maybe not.
But I want to finish the cardigan first...