I have two knitting projects going. The first one is an at-home only project and the second is suppose to be a traveling project. Today, I'm going to share my traveling project. Here's a picture:
I enjoy doing cabling but this has a "new-to-me" stitch called the bricoche stitch. I looked at the instructions and thought this was going to be super simple. Let's just say that it is much harder than it looks and that I haven't progressed much farther than about row 5. This isn't a pattern that if you make a mistake you can just pull out to the mistake. Although the scarf is beautiful and reversible, I think this is going to take a little while to complete. If you're interested in the pattern, it can be found at Ravelry and it is called Janus Scarf (this is a link to the page). This project may only travel to the monthly knitting club. I don't see being able to handle this pattern while sitting in a car.
I may look for another traveling project that is much easier to do. I think that I have some balls of cotton yarn and those always work up nice into dish clothes. Who couldn't use more dish clothes?