The Elevation Profile Scarf has been neglected while I was working on Hubba's first pair of socks and taming recycled yarn. And now it's being (mostly) set aside for a couple of secret projects that I won't tell you about... at least for a while, anyway. ;-)
Isn't that how it goes? The thing we're doing for ourselves always gets pushed to the bottom of the list. :-/ Of course this means I currently have three knitting projects "in work" plus one spinning project for a total of four. This is my self-imposed maximum.
Anyway, I have made some progress since the last time I told you about this Scarf...
I had a few more episodes of ripping out on the second half of the third chart. It was really bunching up in the valley, so I added a few rows without any increases or decreases to alleviate some of the stress between the two extreme ramps.
The scarf is in the "doesn't require a whole lot of thought" state now... I've been doing the same two rows for about a mile and a half... Ok, not quite that far, but I still have about 15 inches to go before I start the final chart.
I'm looking forward to seeing what this baby looks like after blocking. It's recommended in the pattern and after seeing what happened to the Traveling Woman Shawl, I have to think this will look awesome when it's finished. :-)
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