I’m heading down to visit my SIL tomorrow, so I had to finish up some of the hats I made for my niece.
And a close-up:
And, as I mentioned before, I made a smaller Clapotis Cap as well. I used Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted in Uptown. I did one less pattern repeat in Section 3 and reduced the top by 6 stitches. It used 45g of yarn. The remainder I used to knit a matching scarf. Here they both are:
For the scarf, I wanted to show off the variegation of the yarn, and tried a few different stitch patterns before settling on the chevrons I actually used. I’d cast on expecting a flat-ish scarf with diagonal sections. And that’s what it was for the first 20 rows or so:
But then the sides started curling in along my decrease ribs. And as it got longer, a twist developed as well:
So then I decided to finish it off with some fun tassels:
It was quite a surprise how it turned out. And it was easy because it was all flat without anything too fancy. I’ll probably write up the pattern if there’s any interest.