Since I have nothing else to do with my time (like packing for the move, working on the Storm-at-sea quilt, knitting the Ullared sweater, or... gasp... cleaning the house) I've started a helix scarf with the leftover yarn from the Shifty triangle mittens.
This is what I did:
Yarn: Drops Delight,
Color nr 10
50gr = 175 meters (1,76 oz = 191 yards)
I used two double pointed needles 3mm because they don't take much space when knitting.
Cast on 20-40 stitches (depending on how wide you want your scarf), I did 30.
Knit all the stitches on the needle, turn.
*Knit 8-15 stitches (how wide do you want the center of your scarf?), I did 10. With the yarn behind the work, slip a stitch purl wise. Turn. Knit to the end of the needle.
Knit 4-8 stitches (I did 5). With the yarn behind the work, slip a stitch purl wise. Knit to the end of the needle.
Now knit all the stitches on the needle, to the othe side.*
Repeat from * to * until desired length. (and then add some or you will think it's too short..)