Christmas at Sea

As mentioned in my previous post, I've been working on a small project for another charity. This time it's Christmas at Sea, which has been a ministry of the Seaman's Church Institute since 1898. A group of women at my church is making scarves for the ministry, and this is my contribution.
We have to use the patterns approved by the charity, and I figured this would be an easy one, both in terms of time and the opportunity to use up some leftover yarn in my stash. If you're curious, the yarn is the Swish merino super-wash wool from Knit Picks and it's remnants of the yarn I used to make a blanket for my nephew a couple of years ago. I'm not sure what I'll do next. I've been working on something for myself for a long time now, but I'm nowhere near done. It's one of those things I pick up and put down when I get bored with it. Also, it's wool, and now that the weather is warm, knitting with wool isn't as appealing. Maybe I'll do a few more dish cloths. As always, no matter what I do, I'll post a picture when it's done. Happy knitting!