Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Busy Hands: Bristleberry Scarf

I have had a lot of sleepy, tired, and brain fogged days lately. It seems that I enjoyed my higher energy levels too much, and after a couple of weeks my body said, "That's it. You're done. It's time to rest." 

I took an unintentional blogging break because I was too sleepy and brain fogged to think and communicate clearly. In the past few weeks I have said a lot of backwards things to my family, friends, and to the lady at the Verizon store! I decided that I should not attempt to write a blog post until the fog cleared! After letting my brain and body rest for a while, I am trying to get back to blogging and gentle activity around the house.



Despite the sleepiness and brain fog, I did have had the energy to work on some crocheting, which was such a blessing. The inability to write gave me the time to finish up this project I started last fall.



I used the Bristleberry Scarf pattern found in the Crochet One-Skein Wonders book. I used most of a skein of this yarn that was a gift from a sweet friend. It is a soft and beautiful yarn.



Yesterday it was cool enough for me to wear my scarf! I probably won't have another chance to wear it this spring, but I can't wait to pull this scarf out again in the fall.

What have you been doing lately to keep your hands busy? Are you working on any projects?

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