This is such an admirable
collection of knitting! Just wonderful!
I've had SACKBOY on my mind for quite some time...it would make such a great little gift for my great-grandson, don't you think? SACKBOY is so adorable!
Your knitting is really nice! I love the collection of dishcloths, too! All of it!
The Marijke scarf: wow!
I found the pattern in the Ravelry database, and "faved" it! It caught my eye immediately! You're using a perfect yarn!
You're right...it's a pattern that you best finish a whole repeat before putting it down!
Another thing I'd do...place a lifeline in the stitches of the last row (#28) of the repeat! If you forget where you're at, or if you (horrors) make a mistake...you can count up from that Row 28...find your place....or, in the case of a mistake that you can't figure out, or easily correct, you can at least frog back to the last known row (#28) on the lifeline, and work back up the pike. Been there, done that!
I'd knit this scarf too, but I prefer charted knitting
for something like this. Word-for-word instructions (for something so intricate) BOGGLES
my mind. Charts are so easy and visual. I wish she had developed a chart for the pattern design. Well, that's extra work, and her design is free! We can't complain!