I am not a knitter anymore - but I love yarn and I used to love knitting. I've done sweaters, afghans, socks, scarves, you name it! Time and arthritis got in the way and quilting passion picked up.
This is a "sky scarf" which is current fairly popular on Ravelry, I think. Basically, you knit a row everyday that reflects the color of the sky. Most I have seen do the garter stitch but I decided to do popcorn as I like the blending better from row to row. More of a "heather" look". This will be for Mr Iquiltforfun and has 41 stitches for the 41 years of marriage. Since it's already 15+ inches after two months, we're thinking we won't do a full year -- it would end up looking like a Harry Potter scarf and way too long to be functional.
White: foggy or snow (not much of that, thank goodness)
Blue/white: blue skies with white clouds
Blue: clear blue skies
Gray heather: overcast
Dark gray: storms (last dark gray row on the left was the day of the deadly tornadoes)
There are a number of variations that I've seen. A few people are doing "mood scarves" and using different colors to reflect their mood on any given day (that would be a bit too revealing for me). You could also do colors to reflect how you spent your day (on the go, resting, friends, whatever).
I hope you have blue skies and are getting to stitch! Jan