After two full hours or pure frustration, you were so ready to strangle the person who came up with “knit one, purl two.” Knit one and purl two, your eye! Your first foray into knitting turned into an afternoon of adult swearing and child-like tantrums. Wasn’t knitting supposed to be relaxing? After your first scarf started looking more like a shriveled lower intestine, you had officially given up. And exactly how do you start the process of casting off? It seems so convoluted, you begin to think that if you actually finished the scarf your poor child would have to walk around with twohanging off the end of it.
It’s at this point, you throw in the towel and decide to call in the professionals. This time around, the professional is super talented New York-based Amy Bahrt. Her gorgeous Hand-Knit Kids’ Elephant Scarf is just the thing to get you back into the knitting spirit. Super soft gray wool magically (with a whole lot of help from Amy) comes together to create an adorable and completely functional scarf. This fun elephant hangs around, brings warmth, humor and a big helping of whimsical style.
They say an elephant never forgets, but this cute number helps you forget your knitting nightmare and remember just how darling knitted goods truly are.