And now… THE CLAP!!!
Please ignore the wrinkled bed >__>
This is the most current picture I have of the Clap.
For those wondering why I keep referencing an STD (or STI as they say these days -__-) it’s this pattern. I believe it is the most worked pattern on Ravelry… if not in the top three. I like to be crass, so calling it the Clap is just an awesome bonus, You should see people’s faces when I talk about it in public XD
Whew! I made it to the straight rows! I actually did one less repeat than the original pattern called for. I, uh, also am using thicker yarn and bigger needles so I had to compensate (…and I am a lazy hoar. Sue me). This is gonna be huge…. the right ride of the triangular shape in the picture (which will end up being an edge/end) is already 19″… after two dropped columns. Yikes. I got 1 1/2 straight rows out of the first ball of yarn… meaning I am probably going to end up doing about 18-20 straight rows in all.
This is going to be my favorite fall/winter scarf! I can hardly wait! Nummy nummy thick yarn in an awesome pattern… the knitter’s equivalent to a wet dream. It is going to be heavy… ~1lb. It is already kinda heavy now. Good thing it’s my home project— heavy pjs do not make for good subway knitting unless you can grab a seat 100% of the time… in other words, never.