I'm knitting a Clapotis.
Yes, the ubiquitous scarf has finally found its way into my life. I'm probably the only knitter who hasn't made one yet, so it was inevitable really. Of course there's nothing really wrong with this.. The fact is that patterns only become that popular when they're good and Clapotis is undoubtedly a good pattern. It's complicated enough to hold the interest but blessed with a simple repeat that's easy to memorise. It looks good in almost any yarn and any size. More interesting than a regular scarf but infinitely simpler than the lacework shawls that are everywhere.
A few months ago I succumbed to an impulse buy in John Lewis for some Mirasol yarn. A merino wool and silk blend from Peru it drapes beautifully, has a lovely sheen and is a great shade of royal blue. A Clapotis seemed the obvious home for it.
As I only have 2 skeins, it's much narrower than the original pattern, I just did two sets of the increase rows, but I'm pleased with how it's turning out so far:
So, not the most original project; more of a classic.