It’s the Heat

The other night, just as it was beginning to get dusky, Monita came in from taking out the garbage and remarked that it was pretty nice out. Our thermometer, parked deep in the shade of the back patio, read 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

That might explain why I chose now to do that scarf I wanted in February.

Yarn: Mysterious, gray, from Quito. Light worsted, two ply, fiber content unknown (suspected synthetic)
Needles: Size 7
Pattern: Large Eyelet Diamond (#110) from the Vogue Stitchionary, slightly modified

Paired with a black tank, the diamonds take on an edgy, snakeskin vibe. I was going for classic, and am hoping the snakiness goes away when the scarf is paired with a nice, conservative pea coat. We’ll have to wait to find out, though; I’m not so far gone that I’m actually going to put on a lined wool coat and a scarf just to see how they look together.

2 responses to “It’s the Heat”

  1. The scarf looks great! I think you’ve achieved the classic look. Almost a shame you’ll have to put it away untill winter 🙂

  2. *Phew* Thanks! I’m glad you think so. I am totally counting the days until fall arrives, at least. Big surprise, I have way more clothes for the cold seasons : )

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