Color me proud! My twelve-year-old daughter was exploring my yarn for something to do. She said crochet was “too hard.” I couldn’t teach her how to knit since I don’t know how myself. I had a knitting loom upstairs that I bought in a fit of madness, thinking I could figure it out. Somehow, I never found the time. But she did!
The yarn is Lion Brand Homespun. It’s acrylic, so it’s easy to care for, and this scarf is very, very soft.
My daughter tells me she made a bunch of mistakes, but I can’t tell. I guess that’s an extra reason to love textured yarn.
My daughter is trying to decide if she should sew the ends together or leave it like a rectangle. If she leaves it like a rectangle, should she leave the ends plain, or should she make a little fringe? So many options, and no pattern or teacher, just the instructions that came with the loom! I am really proud of her. I wonder if she can teach me how to do this?