When it comes to knitting, I'm a real beginner. I've made long skinny wool scarves for winter coats and a few very simple stocking caps. Oh yes, I did an afghan using 2 yarns together, big deal, right? I thought that was pretty neat at the time, and the needles were only the size of a small tree limb!
Well, last year I saw this cute ruffled scarf that uses a soft fish net type yarn called Rozetti and as you knit, it does the twisting and ruffling on it's own. You can cast on 6 to 10 stitches depending on the width you want and then just knit these same stitches until you run out of yarn or you reach the length you want. This sounded easy enough for me, so off I went to buy some skeins and try it. Here's my first one about half done. It's turning out fine even the colors are not my favorite. It was all they had at the time.
I'm connecting up with Judy's On the Needles for the first time. Check out what more experienced knitters are doing.