Three rows and eight stitches to go on my mini-Clapotis. The very end of the third and last skein of Rowan Summer Tweed.

It took me a while, and quite a few swear words, to realise it, but I actually had a solution to the problem. I’m something of a packrat, and I had actually coiled up and kept the ties for the three skeins. One of them turned out to be 20″ length of yarn. So in the last centimetre of scarf I had three ends to weave in. No matter. The scarf is done, and it looks great. Look for a full presentation later.