Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you...my first pattern!
I try to teach knitting in the way that I would have liked to learn. Part of that is wishing I had tried more stitch combinations with knit and purl early on. Sure, I learned ribbing pretty quickly, but seed stitch was too confusing with all the back and forth and I didn't quite have a use for stockinette. Little did I know that the cottage style of baskewave was beaconing to be applied to scarves and dishcloths, or that the sophisticated bamboo stitch could be used to dress up armwarmers or a headband.
Here is a scarf that, like the pu pu platter, gives you a sample of a few different things. A ridge stitch, basketweave, big bamboo, seed and garter stitch are implemented.
This pattern has yet to be test knit and I would love to get feedback from folks who want to try it.
Download here from Google Docs: Pu pu platter scarf