I got a few more pictures of my Pei in the evening light of the 4th of July.
My 6yo daughter took these
And I got a few more selfies, slightly better, or at least more interesting.
Here's the FO draped over my rusty garden wire. The wire is a support for a half dozen or so tomato plants I have growing in straw bales, a gardening experiment I'm trying out this year. I like all the greens in that picture.
Pattern: Pei, by Michele Wang from the Brooklyn Tweed LOFT collection
Yarn: Silky Wool, a little over one skein (leftover from my Champagne test knit)
Sticks: size 6 circulars, my Addi lace that I love
Mods: none other than yarn substitution
Comments: Thanks to my own ineptitude, it took me 4 tries to get started, but once I did, this little scarf flew off the needles. I love it, but I don't know if I'll keep it. Christmas is halfway here already.