(finished at 10:10 a.m. 8/7)
Took about 3/4 of a 310-yard skein of Red Heart Symphony, the fuzziest, softest, non-scratchiest Red Heart yarn I’ve ever knit (or crocheted) with. Love it! The result is a light (as in about 75 grams total), lovely, stretchy, soft and fuzzy scarf. And this one is gonna be mine, all mine, which is really rare, as I give almost everything I knit away. Eat your hearts out, folks!
The “pattern” couldn’t be simpler: Cast on 17 stitches, slip 1st stitch of the row as if to purl, knit the other 16 stitches. Turn. Repeat for every row. When it’s as long as you want it, bind off. (Mine wound up about 68″ long. It’s about 5.5″ wide. I used a US size 10 circular needle.) You can put fringe on it if you want.