A husband may wonder how many scarves a wife needs. A wife's answer may be always one more than her current number, especially if she is a knitter.
This scarf is super easy. It is all garter stitches with a few buttonholes thrown in so that you can weave a silk, chiffon, or in this case polyester scarf through those holes. I couldn't figure out a way to wear the scarf and take pictures at the same time so all photos were taken on the floor. Given what I was wearing while taking the photos, this is a good thing.
I knitted the scarf to be just a bit shorter than most of the silky scarves that I will use. The first example shows the silky scarf running in and out of the holes like a running stitch. This looks better on a person than on the floor (imagine that!) and is good if you are going to leave the scarf hanging straight down.
I wore to my knitting group today and got many compliments. Too bad I didn't think to take my camera with me there. Time to get back to sock knitting as I have a lonely orphan in my knitting bag at the moment. I also have more decluttering to tackle this week along with the usual stuff. Not the glamorous life of the rich and famous, but family, hobbies and the antics of the little Cheerio-eater over there in my sidebar keep me happy.