they run and hide their heads" to quote an old Beatles tune .
Fortunately the crowds didn't run and hide their heads from the Meaford Apple Harvest. A lot of folks are now sporting a new pair of socks ;o)
I found a few bags of Schaeffer Anne in my stash. I thought I'd knit it all some months ago, but apparently not...
These are all size Large, knit with the 72 needle cylinder on the Verdun 47.
Here's a blast from the (recent) past - one of my favourite colourways of all time - from the Opal Hunderwasser series.
I'm replenishing my supply of Sock Scarves and this seemed a good place to start. This scarf is about 64" long, including the hem top and foot. I knit it on the 72 needle cylinder on the Verdun 47, using my standard tension for a 4 ply yarn (=~10 rows per inch).
I got 2 scarves from three 100g balls. Well, almost 2 scarves. I was short half the toe on the second scarf, but happily found some leftovers from the same batch of yarn in my scrap drawer.
I've decided scarf knitting is a great thing to do at the end of the day when my eyes are getting tired and my concentration begins to wane. Just crank away until its 'really long' then close it off with a foot.