I highly recommend having a simple knitting project on the go, especially when things are... 'not simple' in other areas of life (namely, paid work).
This scarf was exactly that - it was knitted during late-night Netflix sessions and in the car, and those moments while the kettle boiled and piano practice was done.
It's a scarf for Tom (hardly ever make things for him) and he is happy with it, which makes me happy!
Here are the Ravelry notes, including a link to the pattern - of course, being a simple 3X3 rib, it hardly needs a pattern but I liked the neat slipped stitch edging achieved by following the instructions.
The scarf was made using 5 balls of Zealana Tui DK, which is 60% merino and 40% possum fur. It's really important to NZ that we control the population of our non-native brushtail possums as they are destroying our native forest ecosystem. It's also convenient that the fur, when blended with wool, makes a beautiful light and soft fibre to knit with.