Since Sunday was another stay-at-home-watch-football-in-my-pajamas-day, I finished the Cap'n Crunch neckwarmer, although the color I used is more BooBerry. The unfortunate thing though is that I only have one pewter button and there are two buttonholes. So I either use only one or I go searching for a pair of different ones.
In addition to watching football, I also soaked the green handspun scarf in Eucalan wash and blocked it out on towels in the living room. It feels a lot softer now.
Sunday turned out to be a good day for finishing a few knitting projects from the UFO trunk too. The trunk holds a few finished objects too, like baby hats, but mostly it's for stuff that's fallen out of favor. This scarf was finished at least two years ago but when I bound off, I did it too tightly and it was unwearable (who knew that was possible?). So it's been languishing. Until today. I decided to pull it out and frogged the last two rows so I could bind off LOOSELY. Now it's ready to wear. I sort of used the Men's Rustic Scarf pattern from LMKG, only I used Plymouth Yarn's Baby Alpaca Grande, my go-to scarf yarn back then.
I also found this felted wallet, based loosely on the clutch pattern from One Skein. All it needed was a closure, so I sewed on a button and some velcro and with a little help from my friend Sam, it's done.
Not too bad for a lazy Sunday now, is it? Go Ravens!!