This is two repeats of the pattern. Finishing a 44-row repeat has an epic feel to it.
Also: what does that stitch marker down at the hem tell me? Nothing. I have no idea why I put that thing there!
I’m sorry you can’t feel the fabric created with Alice Starmore’s Hebridean 2 Ply. It is so light, with a spring to it that is so nice. Two strands of fingering weight yarn equal a DK weight when worked as stranded knitting. It’s not heavy at all. Lofty. Lofty is the word.
The four brownish shades change color completely depending on the time of day. Here they are at pink o’clock.
Mountain Hare, Tormentil, Red Deer, and The One That Is Practically Mountain Hare Except Slightly Less Pale.
Wishing all a fine start to the week. I’ve been beloved by my family, am jacked up on motherliness, and missing my mom! She would be so into a Jade Starmore knitting project, I just know it.