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Who I Am

My name is Thom, and chances are you'll find me knitting, playing video games (poorly), contemplating the oddities of life, or napping with my cat.

Born and raised in the Bay Area, I currently reside in San Francisco's historic Haight Ashbury neighborhood. I've been knitting fervently since 2008, and don't see that changing anytime soon. 

If you are so inclined, contact me. Tell me things. Ask me stuff. I'm nice.

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Why I Knit

Why do I knit? Why do I knit. Why do I knit? I knit largely because I need a creative outlet. Knitting is as simple and brainless or as complex and challenging as I want it to be, produces a functional result, and depending on the project, is fairly portable. I love layering anyway, and knitting allows me to achieve a very customized look. I knit to relieve stress and force my brain to stop racing and focus on the task at hand. I knit for others because I want to give unto them a piece of myself, to show them that I spent hours and weekends laboring over something I believe they will love. Something to keep them warm, the way their love and friendship keeps my heart warm when I feel it growing cold. I knit to challenge myself, to learn something new with each project I take on. I want to make my mark in the world, and long after I’m gone I want people to hold on to the scarves and hats and gloves I made and know I didn’t just make them something, but I bestowed a part of myself on them, and I will always be there when they need me.

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Bachelorette


Short row construction yields an infinity scarf with one end significantly wider than the other, adding visual interest and versatility to the finished garment. Can be worn around the neck, over the shoulders as a shawl or sash, or wrapped once around the neck and draped over the head as a hood.

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Bachelorette


Short row construction yields an infinity scarf with one end significantly wider than the other, adding visual interest and versatility to the finished garment. Can be worn around the neck, over the shoulders as a shawl or sash, or wrapped once around the neck and draped over the head as a hood.

Bachelorette

Short row construction yields an infinity scarf with one end significantly wider than the other, adding visual interest and versatility to the finished garment. Can be worn around the neck, over the shoulders as a shawl or sash, or wrapped once around the neck and draped over the head as a hood.

Because of its simple elegance and endless versatility, Bachelorette can be worn draped over a cocktail dress as a bold accessory, or tossed around street clothes for an urban look, or any number of ways to showcase its shape and design.

Pattern is given in both written directions and chart form, with a diagram visualizing how the short row contstruction shapes the garment.

Purchase on Ravelry for $3.99