I've discovered an excellent reason to photograph my knitted works in progress. Lately it's been the only indication that I have gone drastically astray from the pattern. This scarf is no exception. It's pretty, right? The pattern is very easy. It's only two rows. I started out on the right track, but I noticed from the pictures, that the scarf was getting narrower and the rows were no longer as tall. I consulted the pattern again, and I discovered that I was to repeat the two rows twice before alternating the yarn. You can see that I began the scarf doing just that, but about halfway I switched to alternating only two rows of merino with only two rows of mohair. And rather than rip it out, I've concluded that this narrow little section will become a design element. I'm lazy like that. It actually doesn't bother me. It reminds me of a nice evening over the Christmas holidays spent with my knitting friends, and how I paid more attention to my company than to my knitting. There are worse things than that I suppose. Now if it was to be a gift, I suppose I might consider starting over, but that is not to be the case. :) As an aside, that mohair is a pain to knit. Bleh.