It's done!!! I got it finished yesterday, and even found a box that it fits in to ship it. I may just admire it for a couple of days before I mail it though. Too cute!
After I finished it last night, I wasn't sure what to start next. Lord knows I should have picked up the quilt to sew the binding on, but....I didn't want to start on that after dinner, etc. I wanted to be 'fresh' to start it. So......I picked up a new skein of yarn I got this week (I can't help it - it's a compulsion- - new yarn - must try it!!!) This yarn is a flat ribbon, about 3 inches wide, and doesn't require crocheting or knitting - though it does use a crochet hook.
In an hour or so, I had this scarf:
You interlock the loops on the edges together. I think I can "improve" how they put the scarf together by sewing it together, but they did it all with the loops - the edges look a little funky, but wearable their way.
Here are some photos left over from the Whiskeytown Falls hike:
The 'crew' getting started
At one of our rest stops
My favorite buddy
Up at the very top