I managed to finish two goodies this week, neither of which are much use today as it’s gloriously sunny in Glasgow!
First up, I finally finished my swirl hat
I’d been putting it off for a wee while because I’d reached the point where there were too few stitches for my circular needles and I needed to switch to DPNs. I’ve never used DPNs before. But if you don’t try, you never learn, and the hat is just for me so totally messing it up wouldn’t have been a disaster.
I think my DPNs were too big (they aren’t labelled) because there were some pretty big gaps between my stitches when I finished. But I fixed them as best I could when sewing in the end and they’re not too noticeable. Aside from that it was really quite simple, I should have just picked them up sooner!
The other item is my lovely Tunisian scarf. I must say I was a little worried when I finished and had the most curled-up scarf ever, but of course blocking did it’s magic thing.
You can see that the end really wants to keep curling though. I did find a solution to this for future makes, which I’ll tell you about tomorrow.
I got a wee bit cross with the yarn when this one un-dyed section appeared halfway through the skein.
But it’s grown on me and now I just see it as a unique feature of this particular scarf.
Would that one odd stripe put you off the scarf? Who else has some FOs to share? Let me know in the comments!