Stream of Consciousness by Jennifer A. Tepper

Stream of Consciousness

Knitting
August 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
900 - 960 yards (823 - 878 m)
one size
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“Stream of Consciousness” is all about having fun. Knit too many rows in a section? It’s no big deal, just keep on going. Switch sections up if there are some you like more than others, and knit until you run out of yarn. Use one, two, three, four, or even more colors! Use up all your leftover scraps! Leave sections out to make it shorter if the length is longer than you like. Swap out the DK for fingering weight for a lighter weight scarf, or choose worsted or bulky to knit a more substantial shawl (just be aware yardage requirements will change if substituting yarn).
 
This design is meant to be a starting point for your own unique accessory. You can even leave the end a diagonal for a different look, and not worry about the final decrease section. It’s all about having fun with your knitting, relaxing, and putting your own unique spin on it.

I think it’s a perfect pattern for knitting while watching kids’ Fall sports, play practices, and other activities. Also perfect for watching TV or any activity where your attention is split, and you don’t want to be knitting something you need to be constantly looking at or checking. With all the complications in life these days, I’m all about comfort knitting.

My scarf uses approximately 2 skeins / 480 yards of each color of STF Andromeda (DK weight singly ply yarn).

Softly blocked measurement 12” x 86”