Elf on the shelf scarf

A coworker has asked me all year to make this for this Christmas so I finally did. I’m not good with making patterns so this is what I did. 
Elf on the shelf scarf. 

I used Loops & Threads Woolike in ivory & red

 Knitted in size 1 sock needles.  

Cast on 6 stitches

Knit the next row in knit stitch

*Purl the first stitch, knit the next 4, purl the last stitch

Knit the first stitch, purl the next 4, knit the last stitch

Repeat from * until you reach 7 inches

Bind off

Add fringe to the ends.



I put the needles down

Yes, that’s right I did. I put them down but I plan to pick the back up in march. My BFF had her baby girl almost a whole month early which threw a monkey wrench in my plans. Now I have to figure out how many rows I need to complete each week to have the blanket done by April.

I am also about to unload some major stash. I can’t take my office clutter anymore so the unused yarn and craft supplies must go. I will post the yarn here and on my ravelry to unload. Let me know if any of you are interested. Look for it to start in March.

Progress! Oh yes!




I have actually made it through one chart repeat of the sprout blanket. I need to update my pictures. However; I didn’t want to go another day without posting.

The pattern has been easy to read although I forgot some of the stitches. That’s was easy enough though. I just watch YouTube and I’m off. And running again.

What are you all working on?

I’d like to know.

Baby Blanket On The Way

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I finally found a pattern to make for my BFF’s baby.  It’s called the The Sprout Blanket if you use Ravelry feel free to take a peak at it.   I’m excited to get started.  I’ve already completed the cast on and the foundation rows.  Now on to the pattern.  Hopefully I can post the progress weekly.   Have you all casted on any new projects?  Do you like to make large projects or small ones?  Are they simple or complicated?  I’d like to know.