At the beginning of February, I made a mental list of projects I wanted to complete. Mostly knitting for others. However, on that list was my kusha kusha habu scarf that I started last february. I told myself that I was not going to let myself cast on for anything, for myself, until that was finished. And then I really thought about it. And I decided that I really didn't want to work on that project. Why knit on something you don't want to? Life is way to short. And there are SO many things I want to make.
SO.... here is the deal. I want to send this to someone who has been yearning to make one. I mean really yearning. The merino/stainless section is completed , and I have about 5 inches of the stainless knit. I am pretty sure there are about 22 more inches to knit on size 3 needles. I want to explain that this is a very fine piece of "yarn". To call it "thread" would be more like it. And...it is black. So, sort of hard to see. I also don't recommend this for a beginner. Only because you may be likely to get so frustrated it would end your knitting career for life. I would hate for that to happen.
SO... I will send this to the first person who leaves me a comment who has been yearning to make a kusha kusha habu scarf. And only wants to make half of it. :)