It's very soft & stretchy, not too difficult to wrap twice. I carried to work to show to a friend there, who's been sharing her own handicraft adventures with me. She's a quilter, and just recently learned to knit too. So the only thing left to do with this object is a wash & block, then careful storage until the giftish holidays. I've decided the Every Way Wrap can join the cowl in the gift storage, along with the wild colored cat's paw lace scarf.
The other good news: I'm free to think about casting on another lovely project, such as a shawl for my new grand-nephew. I did find two hanks of solid color merino superwash wool in the stash, giving me about 860 yards of yum to work with. I've been looking at scarf patterns, with an eye to making them wider and shorter -- there are a lot of lovelies out there, but I would have to work out some math to make them square. Or I could just use a pattern for a half-Pi shawl, like the EZ 100th Birthday half-Pi shawls by Mwaa Knit. I kinda favor the camping one. The issue is using the yarn efficiently and evenly, so I don't run out of one color long before I run out of the other. Also, could I stand to give it away?
Then there's the sad news, of Prince's passing. I only became a fan a few years ago. No more new Prince music, it's just devastating. We had a work anniversary celebration in our super-dept on Friday, and of the 30 or so folks that came by, only two were not wearing purple. Here's my Friday look:
And that's a purple purse behind me, stocked with the usual purse stuff plus a pattern and two balls of yarn. You can't tell, but I wore my wildest looking underwire bra too. Anything for you, sweet Prince!