During my brief stay in Victoria I had to find a LYS and have a quick peek at what’s hot on the other side of the country. While I was inside I (of course) found some yarn that I fell in love with, Panguipulli by Araucania. I bought two skeins and figured I would have a wealth of ideas about what to do with it.
Doesn't it look just wonderful
Enter the problem. I want to make something small, preferrably only one skein. So I looked at all kinds of scarf and cowl patterns and even found a few that I love! I’ve cast on three different projects with this yarn and every one I have ended up ripping back.
The aftermath of another failed attempt
Try as I might I just can’t find something to fit this yarn.
It has been a crazy week. Our team flew out to Victoria BC on Thursday to compete in the Canadian University Rowing Championships (CURC). It was my first time to the West coast and it was wonderful, albeit rather drizzley. On saturday we raced the time trials, competing for a spot in the A finals. We did ! We came second out of 13 boats, advancing us to the A finals on Sunday. Unfortunately we didn’t have the race of our lives and the other crews really stepped up their game and we came sixth. It was still the adventure of a lifetime though. The University of Toronto women’s team came 7th overall, which is pretty impressive considering we only sent 8 women, beating other teams who sent their full team.
Now I’m swamped with school and will be playing catch up for the weeks to come.