Anyway, this is not about sugar but something almost as sweet. For some time now I have been thinking about the color pink. And that should probably qualify to some condition that would make the medicine companies rich.
So, since pink thoughts are somewhat annoying they have to be taken seriously. I found that wonderful magenta in my stash and went off to my local yarn store. Finding two pink fluffy skeins of mohair was just what I wanted for my intended color.
Since I am knitting baby gifts right now I needed something that would knit up fast, have a sort of new color to me and would keep me bright pink during winter. I cast on three stitches and increase one stitch every other row. Nothing to it, but this is soft, warm and pink. I must add that a pair of really pink Dr Martens boots will be added to this shawl. More about that later.
So many colors and still so much to learn about it. And still I find new ones that fit.
Never underestimate a color - it could be the one to make you look younger, fresh and spark your energy.
The Stitch Story
Yarn: Rauma Finull, Rauma Plum knitted together
My Ravelry Page: Pink Sky
Pattern: CO 3st, knit garter st, increase 1st every other row until half desired length, decrease 1st every other row until 3st left, BO