This moss stitch loop scarf came off my needles a little while ago and I thought you might like to see a few photos of it, or maybe even whip one up yourself, as it's a very quick and easy knit.
The pattern is also a freebie that I found online at the Jeri Rigged blog, which is always a nice thing.
The yarn that I used for this was Araucania Azapa, a completely delicious skein that I received in the Autumn Jellywares Yarn Club - yes, I was a bit slack at getting it on my needles, since autumn was several months ago. The best bit was that I just kept knitting until I finished the skein and the result was a really nice scarf length.
I can't believe how much I'm knitting lately! I never really thought I'd be able to call myself a knitter - I was always so slow and hopeless at it - but finally I have my groove on and I'm actually getting faster with each row and not dropping my stitches all the time. I'm super glad that I persevered.
Before I go, just an update on the Creative People Pen Pal swap : sign ups are still going strong and it's not too late! I've paired about 200ish people so far and still have lots more to match up, so if you're waiting on yours, keep your fingers crossed and check your inbox over the weekend ... or early next week.