Well, she did it again.
My rates need to go up.
I deserve hazardous-duty pay for this craziness! El primo treats from now on, Alpha! I'm putting you on NOTICE! Sushi-grade salmon's what I'm talking about. No more of those tasteless biscuits. Nuh-uhhhhh.
(P.S. Yorkies are hypo-allergenic, so I won't make someone go all sneezy because I modeled this scarf. And Alpha says she's going to wash it before she sends it off to Foster Care To Success. And also, if by some miracle you are a new reader here and you don't already know all this stuff, there is more info about the Red Scarf Project and FC2Success here. Just click.)
Oh, she did "it" again, too: She knitted another red scarf. This is her first one this year. Hopefully she'll fit in a couple more, at least, before the deadline, but I'm telling you one thing: I'm gettin' outta here before she grabs me to model the next one; that's for darn sure.
She says to tell you she used the Twin Rib pattern for this scarf -- it's her go-to easy-peasy scarf pattern that she can do without thinking, even when she's watching Dexter or Nurse Jackie episodes, or -- amazingly -- even while talking with friends! The yarn is nothing fancy -- Caron Simply Soft -- but the color made her heart sing -- and it makes a nice soft, washable-and-dryable scarf.
How are your red scarves coming along? And if you don't care to, or don't have time to, make a scarf, don't forget you can always donate to the Fund For Foster Youth to cover a student's emergency expenses. Go ahead, make someone's day! Click and pay through Paypal: