Yikes! This classically headless blogger-photo was clearly taken in the fall. Hopefully last fall and not years ago! I found it during an expedition into one of the dustier corners of my hard drive.
It’s a scarf I made from some thrift store yarn.
I tried a few different stitch patterns before settling on this. The pattern made me happy immediately and I still think it really suits the yarn. It reminds me of Old Man’s Beard lichen in a big way.
Dropstitch garter is the True Destiny of skinny, gray-green, wool boucle. Who knew?
If you can’t work out the pattern from the photo, it goes like this (very easy and straightforward).
Gauge, needles, etc: whatever, it’s a scarf. Aim on the loose side.
CO 20 (or more)
Rows 1 and 2: K to end.
Row 3: K, wrapping yarn twice. Drop extra wraps on next row.
Repeat these three rows until scarf is desired length.
One 50g ball made a very, very long scarf. I wear it folded in half, wrapped twice around my neck and it still hangs to my waist.