...and you should already be singing the Alaska State Song, because that's what I was humming the entire time I knit this scarf. I'm sure it wasn't annoying to my family at all. And, since I started in January and finished this weekend, it was pretty frequent. This took forever to knit, mostly because the yarn is so nice that I was afraid to take it out of the house. That means no car knitting, no restaurant knitting, no work knitting, no dance class knitting.
About a month ago I thought that I had finally finished it. I completed the last row of pattern repeat and proudly held it up to show DH only to see a strange mutant star, two repeats down. I had omitted the entire center section of one of the pattern repeats, leaving a strange tiny diamond in the middle. I couldn't even bring myself to take a picture. But, instead of letting it languish, I pulled it back and fixed the problem.
Pattern: North Star Scarf, from Arctic Lace
Yarns: 397 yds Windy Valley Muskox Qiviuk (A birthday present from my mom)
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