It's Green! (very, very green)
I cast on this scarf quite a while ago, the beginning of May probably. I hadn't knit on it much until last week when I finished Dad's socks.
The yarn is my handspun baby alpaca. It's about fingering weight and kettle dyed a very semi-solid green.
The pattern is Lace Ribbon Scarf by Veronik Avery, from the Spring Knitty. It's a nice, easy to memorize lace pattern. There are only three different right side rows to remember and mostly purling back. I wanted something simple that wouldn't compete with the color and fuzzy nature of the yarn, and I think this does the trick nicely. I can't wait for the magic of blocking on this one.
Next to be cast on are some socks for the husband. He picked out the yarn while I was shopping the sale at Linda's last week. (All the while explaining to the staff that he was there to keep me from getting too rowdy) I haven't tried this yarn before, it's Melody Superwash. It seems nice and bouncy and has a great twist.