Don’t know what to knit? Many knitters would suggest that you move the S [or move your S] and try knitting cowls. If you do any sightseeing on the internet knitting blogs and websites, you will see a variety of people in knitterly excitement about cowls.
For summer knitting, they are hard to beat. They are a very portable project. They can be done in a variety of yarns and don’t take much yarn. [I’ve done a couple with approximately 100 yards each. Is that light bulb in your head going- - flashing “Stashbuster, stashbuster!!!”? Yessiree! I’ve seen them made from heavy weight yarns, worsted weight, dk weight, and sock yarn doubled. [ so if any of you have an addiction problem concerning sock yarn in your stash — though truthfully, many credible knitters assert that sock yarn absolutely doesn’t count as stash.] Cowls can fit loosely or more snugly, however one prefers. They can be a delightful and/or colorful fashion accessory or a cozy way to keep your neck warm in the fall and winter, and they stay in place unlike some snarky scarves.
Now, if you’ve put the S back in the front of Cowls and are scowling because you really want to see some of these cowls before you venture forth, here are some clues[I’m actually overjoyed to offer some clues because too many days, I just feel clueless]:
Well, I do seem to be stuck on sssssssssses. They say that “cowls are the new scarves.” And if you move that s one more time . . . in front of _erendipity, you’ll find that cowls are a good example of that.*
* serendipity - happening upon fortunate discoveries when not in search of them