You might wonder what I am reading... An intriguing book lent to me by a good friend. The book is titled “Afghanistan, Where God Only Comes to Weep”.
I have a few more pages yet, but I will share my thoughts when I have finished.
Alice asked about the Kidsilk Haze scarf pattern. I was initially going to reply to her personally, but then thought there might be others interested. The pattern was shared for free by Shoreham Knitting, so I feel I can share too.
Kidsilk Haze Scarf Pattern
You need one ball of KSH, beads (optional) and needles (any size between 5mm - 8mm)
Depending on width you desire – cast on between 45 – 60 stitches
Knit in moss stitch i.e.
Row 1 = k1, p1 to end
Row 2 = k1, p1, in other words knit so that you avoid ribbing
Row 3 = as row 1 (& add beads evenly across the row)
Row 4 = as row 2
(Repeat rows 1 – 4)
Continue until ball is about to run out then cast off (bind off).
I have made a few of these and the one pictured above includes beads.