I cast on for this wrap in June. It didn’t see prime knitting time until after Christmas, though. I’d pick it up and knit a few rows here and there, between projects or when I needed mindless garter stitch. This was knit was a simple one for me — not only is it basically all garter stitch, but this is also the third time I’ve followed the Gardiner-Terhi path. (It’s not quite a pattern, it’s more of a variation of a variation of a pattern. Or something like that.) This time, though, I threw in (what felt like) a wrinkle of my own.
Instead of making this one envelopingly large, I made this one smaller. I quit the main section about 3/4ths of the way through, and I knit about 2/3rds of the called-for tail section before switching colors. I measured the contrasting color section in inches rather than in rows (to be nearly the same length as on the larger one) since I used a heavier yarn for that section this time.
Today, I need to work on a crocheted hat, and if I get that done I’ll probably give my first entrelac project a bit more time.
Check out the Fiber Arts Friday roundup at Wisdom Begins in Wonder to see what other people are crafting this week. Also: See a roundup of other people’s finished objects for the week at Tami’s Amis.