a reptile also known as the bearded dragon.
In this case the name of this pattern
. The pattern calls for a fingering weight yarn, I am knitting it in a Mountain Colors
worsted weight yarn.
I purchased the yarn in 2005, knit a cowl and had quite a bit leftover. I hadn't worn the cowl in years and planned on frogging it to recycle the yarn, using it to make this shawl longer. Imagine my surprise
when I discovered that a moth had been merrily feasting away on the cowl.
the cowl, using my swift to wind the yarn into hanks, knotting it in the places where it was eaten away. Microwaved and frozen, twice, I am certain that all moths have ascended to their happy place
; wound into one large cake, splicing the cut (eaten) ends using Lori's Invisible Braided Join