I'm sorry to say it's still scarf weather here in Wetsconsin. Or do I mean America's Drippyland? Sorry, Wisconsin (can you tell the weather is getting me down a bit?) Really, it's almost May. It will be time to plant flowers and veggies in a few weeks. Enough with the chilly temps already!
But when life gives you scarf weather, make scarves....So here's my next pattern, probably called "Flowering Clematis" (still dithering a bit on the name). It should be up on Ravelry by this weekend, with the pattern here on the blog.
I finished and blocked a second version last night, in a much thinner yarn, just to see how the pattern behaves in a different gauge. I'm pretty happy with both. Now to photograph the steps, write the pattern, and chart it!
P.S. I'm sorry for griping about the weather. I have NO grounds for complaint. We are not devastated by tornadoes. I should be grateful. Pray for Birmingham, Alabama, and all the other towns/cities/states who are suffering so cruelly right now.
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