14 thoughts on “Student Bank Account

  1. What a wonderful stash-buster! I am beginning to spin, so this will be great for all those new little skeins.

    I agree with KathrynGrace, your writing is wonderful and I look forward to reading your site.

    PS. I found you through Ravelry.

  2. hi ! i realy like your design, and know it will be great for using up all those odds and ends. glad to see a new website with free patterns,and you’re off to a great start!’ pam

  3. This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing. I have a big bag of odds and ends of yarn that I have been saving just for this type of project. Of course it will have to wait its turn…

    Thanks, again!

  4. Lovely feedback everyone, thank you!

    New spinners, yes! I hadn’t thought of that, what a great idea. You’d get a super thick-thin texture.

    Definitely useful for all those long bits that are left over from something else. You could bag them all up and give them as a gift to any new knitter, with your spare size 6 circs! :)

  5. Wonderful pattern! Love to search for someone elses unwanted treasures and use them for something so cute. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Wow! I love this scarf so much that I’m going to knit a plaid with some lovely natural dyed wool from my stash… The wool is beautiful but not very soft, the colours would like to be mixed with other colours and I’m always cold when I’m napping in my armchair :-)

  7. Hi! I’m anxious to try this and thought I would use ombré/variegated yarn for the look. Of course it wouldn’t have the same look as using all different kinds of yarn but might be easier than changing yarn every couple of rows. It’s a great pattern. Thanks!

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