Yesterday was nice enough (read: sunny) for me to finally get some photos of Wisp. I bought a Gorilla tripod for my camera a while back and I LOVE it. It made taking photos of myself much easier.
Pattern: Wisp, Knitty Summer 2007
Started: August 29, 2007
Completed: October 21, 2007
Yarn: Rowan Kid Silk Haze, color 580, about 1.5 skiens
Needles: US 8 metal straights
Notes: The patter was quite easy to memorize. The counting thing was hard at times, but I would figure out how many rows I had based on how many rows of holes I had. The KSH was a little difficult to get used to working with and I found that metal needles is really the only way to go with it otherwise it just sticks to the wood ones. Overall, I love how it turned out. I ended up doing 21 repeats making it longer than the pattern calls for, but plenty long for a scarf or wrap. The KSH does make my neck a little itchy, but I think my neck may just be extra sensitive to certain fibers. I will most likely only wear this as a wrap sort of thing. Either way, I really like it :o)