As I showed you yesterday, this is what it looks like peeking out of the top of my project bag:
There are currently 432 stitches per round and it’s not getting any smaller. Oh no, I’m spiraling my way steadily towards a final count of 576.
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Sorry, had to put my head between my knees and practice breathing slowly for a second.
This is what it looks like plonked down on the table and showing off the center motif:
And here are a couple of closer looks at the chevron-y pattern currently emerging.
That cut on my knuckle came during the Great Rose Pruning Debacle of 2009… through a pair of leather gloves, mind you. Not to worry, I won in the end.
This pattern is quite intuitive and logical, with the yarn-overs and decreases lining up just so. The knitting is easy to read, and I’m even getting quite good at tinking back through a centered double decrease… but I’ll try not to let it make me late for work again.
I wonder how much furniture I’m going to have to move when it’s time to block this…