Just In Time
Recent travel knitting consisted of small things, from this red yarn, dyed red because of extreme-red-envy. The hat is a dubblemossa, with an eyelet rib from Walker:
Multiple of 7 stitches plus 2, purl 2 knit 5 for 3 rows, then purl 2, k2tog, YO, K, YO, SSK, repeat. It makes a nice little rib, and the hat being double thickness, the holes did not detract from the warmth factor.
I repeated the eyelet rib on the back of the mittys, but the scarf is one of the many multidirectional patterns out there, my version from here.
The *just in time* issue?
Winter has (finally) arrived :).
And now, to don the hat, scarf and mittens, and rush out to join my neighbors shopping for storm-essentials: bread, milk, toilet paper and chips. At least that's the bulk of what I see in grocery carts right before a storm. There must be some reason these are Storm Staples, but, oddly, none of them are on my list today: