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Friday, April 03, 2009

Pattern 15

I am moving right along on Pattern 15. Since I started at the neck edge of this wrap and I'm making it curve (theoretically - I won't know for sure if it worked until it's time to block it), it gets bigger and bigger the more I knit on it. It seems to easily double in size when I give it a stretch, so it should be an appropriate wrap width when it's done. The big mystery here is whether or not it's going to curve the way it does in my head. I'm not leaving everything to chance, I did tape the sections of chart together and they seem to make the shape I'm going for. Of course, as anyone who knits knows, what knitting is supposed to do and what knitting really does are not always related. Don't believe me? Try knitting a gauge swatch in a lace stitch pattern and see if it has any relationship to a large wrap.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!



Blogger Jane said...

Ooh! Lovely colour!

10:55 AM  

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