Spongy Knitted Scarf

I want to learn knitting since years ago, and finally I can learn it from my Thai classmate in AUA Khun Scottie. Even she is not around Chiang Mai anymore, I still continue doing the knitting as my new hobby. This is my second knitted scarf, I made this using 1,5 balls of Vincent Spongy yarn (100% Polyester, 75 m, 50 g) which I bought from PINN Shop.

I made the scarf only in 4 days (not 4 full days, but I don’t know exactly how many hours). It’s an easy one because I just knit every row, but the yarn texture gave me hard time for a few first row, and if I drop some stitch, I don’t think I can fixed it easily. I knitted this carefully, and make sure I didn’t drop any stitch. It’s fun to see the spongy yarn texture but I still have no idea what I’m going to do with the rest of my yarn.

My first knitted scarf is for Joe, it’s my practice yarn and somehow I want to redo it again because I didn’t feel satisfied with the result. And this spongy scarf I made for myself.

If you are wondering why I’m not update my writing about Learning Thai, this new hobby is one of the reason. But don’t worry, I promise to continue writing the Thai Learning as soon as I found the easiest way to write the phonetic.

By risna

a housewife who recently learns to knit and crochet, lives in Chiang Mai since 2007, so must learn Thai Language, and had some part time job to do documentation with LaTeX and welcoming for a new family member at the end of 2010

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