Because *K2P2* repeat to last stitch, K1
is so much less boring than a K2P2 simple rib.
Repeat this row until you run out of the skein, then join a new skein that is similar but not the same.
Because it is much too hard for me to select three skeins of matching yarn, even when I'm trying to.
Yarn: Hopyards Spinnery Yarn by Bessie hand dyed merino, worsted weight
I started with the last 1/3 of a started skein, used all of a second, ending with a bit of a third. Even the long stretch in the middle of one skein shifted colors enough that this is all over the place.
You'd think it'd bother me to wear this , all mismatched. But no, I like it. So much so that when I needed to be All Put Together for a job on Friday, I thought it'd be just the touch I needed.
When I popped into the prestigious corporate restroom on location to check my All-Put-Togetherness, my eyes traveled downward. Scarf? looking fine. Lush, handmade,wintery, no problem. It sits on my charcoal wool jacket and olive green sweater. OK. Presentable. I look a little lower. uhhh. Seems when I got dressed at Dark O'clock AM, the dressy charcoal pants I thought I'd put on were actually an old pair of black pants with a worn knee. wah-wah. Funny how one can slide from reasonably confident to wishing one could hide behind a counter in a sweep of the eyeballs.
As for the scarf's range of colors making me happy ? Another case of local color.