Considering how busy I've been I actually finished this infinity scarf fairly quickly! I think it's because I knit when I'm super stressed.
I also must apologize for my crazy photos right now. I cannot figure out the best light conditions in this dorm room and often don't have the time to mess with it a whole lot. I also really need a better lens.
The yarn is Berroco Peruvia in the most beautiful green color. It is a single ply, worsted weight, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, which means that it is a little scratchy but very warm. I tried to knit up two projects in this yarn before now and I really didn't like knitting with it at the time and it also didn't look great with those particular patterns. My big problems were that it was single ply and curled up on itself, was splitty, and was scratchy.
The pattern used is 5th Avenue Infinity Scarf by Margaux Hufnagel and I must say that it is the perfect pattern for this yarn. I don't think that I will ever knit a straight scarf ever again because I love the infinity scarf concept so much better. You can also see from the picture below that this scarf really needs a serious blocking.
Is there anything more wonderful than finishing a scarf right when it starts to get really cold outside?