Well, not exactly. I had something a little less philosophical in mind ... you know, something in line with more fibery pursuits. For me, a script for keeping warm is usually something great around my neck and shoulders, as well as perhaps some type of hand covering in the really cold months. I will, on rare occasions, don a hat of some sort. If I can get away without a coat, that's fine with me. But it definitely all starts with neckware.
So, in an effort to keep to the script, here's my first completed project for me in quite a while:
The pattern is the Shell Script wrap/scarf and I worked it up in soft, squoishy light worsted weight yarn - Elann Incense and LB Collection Baby Alpaca. I tried to capture the softness of it in the photos - I love how this turned out in heavier yarn (the original was done in fingering weight).
Additionally, I am getting farther along in my Rustically Elegant Shoulder Warmer that I'm making as part of my Ravelry group's Int'l/NatCroMo JAL:
We're at the half-way point in the month. How is everyone coming along with their respective fibery projects? If you head on over to Wisdom Begins in Wonder and link in, you can find out the progress everyone else is making this Friday.