Temperature Scarf – the one scarf that I’ll (probably) enjoy making.

I refuse to knit scarves. Or, at least, scarves with ends. Infinity scarves are fine, you can get away with making those shorter than usual because it’s already around your neck.

But normal scarves would kill me. So many rows, in such fine yarn (most of them, anyway)

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want to try making a lace weight scarf but the chance of it happening is almost 0.

Anyway…

I found out about the KAL Temperature scarf, where you assign colours of yarn to temperature ranges, so if you assigned red to 20C – 25C, and the temperature that day was 23C, you would knit a row of red. And you continue like this everyday for a year.

I’m confident this is a scarf I can make, simply because I’m only expected to do one row a day. It can’t be that hard (unless I get bored – a possibility)