So here's something small to ease into something greater: a Wee Labyrinth Swatch.
It's a tiny, 3-circuit classical labyrinth, knit in the round - a speed swatch taken to the next level, because it's fully functional in its own right.
I used Jill Draper Makes Stuff Mohonk for this grey and gold version; the Cormo wool is a delight to touch. That's part of the secret with these - you want to use a material that invites interaction time and time again - something that gives you all the right feels.
As a person who responds deeply to colors, I also used this as a true swatching opportunity, testing out color combinations in a couple of my tried and true favorite yarns, Briar Rose Fibers Fourth of July and Charity.
To make it more accessible, I also created some YouTube tutorials, which can also be found linked on the Ravelry pattern page. I hope you will consider knitting up your own little finger labyrinth!
If you liked knitting it, I hope you will stay tuned for something greater: an 11-circuit labyrinth cowl! The following tutorial for fixing receding stitches gives you a sneak peek.
Till then, I wish you good health and happy knitting!