The scarf project is a Richmond Knitters group project that came about late last year. It began with Teopea. She put the idea in my head by exclaiming, ‘we should make something for Tony’.
Tony is the owner/manager of Kojo Brown, where we have met every Monday night for over two years now. He puts up with a lot. The whining, the loudness, and letting us do whatever we want to do. Tony makes sure we are all happy and comfortable on Monday nights, and if something is amiss, he won’t hesitate to fix it. We love Tony!
So the idea bubbled away in my head, when I had the thought that perhaps we could all knit Tony a scarf. One scarf. Cast-on and pass the project around the table like a pass-the-parcel! Great idea right? Well it kind of got hot with summer and all, so the project has been put on the back burner somewhat.
So far to date we have 160cm done and with only a couple of balls left to knit, I estimate we’ll have Tony’s scarf ready for him by winter.
Thanks to Melanie for organising the purchase of the delicious Shelter yarn.