Project Description

What are you most proud of? That I did it! I learned a lot during the course, but am happy to say I did the second repeat without having to look back at anything except the extended reverse stitch because I had it confused in my head with something else. Jennifer did a great job! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Count every ripple. There are 8 with 4 at each end. Count every one on every row. If you always make sure you have your 8 stitches before you start, then you won't miss. Worked like a charm.

Q&A with RunnerGirl

Algy asked:
Hi RunnerGirl....Happy Independence Day! Your project looks great ..the colours are lovely and the ripples...well, they are awesome..worth the heartache!
RunnerGirl answered:
:) I am still dreaming in skip two, knit 2, m1.....
tkdshine asked:
Wow!! Beautiful! :D
RunnerGirl answered:
Thank you!
Patty222 asked:
Your project looks great. I like the colors you chose.
RunnerGirl answered:
Thank you!
AngelRoseLite asked:
I love it! Did you use the recommended yarn? I would love to use it, but for my size, I'd pay lots and lots of money. I need to find an alternate yarn.
RunnerGirl answered:
I used DK yarn I found online at knitpia cot/lin DK yarn from KnitPicks because it was affordable and had lots of really pretty colors. I couldn't afford the silk or many other yarns, as I'm a single Mom of a college student. :)
Therese Marie asked:
I just love your colours. I can't afford to make mine out of silk yarn, so opted for a Berroco Ultra Alpaca -Light- which is an alpaca/wool blend. I chose off white, black, teal and a darker greenish blue/green blend. Even buying enough just to make a narrow shawl I had to spend $74 Canadian.
RunnerGirl answered:
Neither could I. The silk is just beautiful, but I couldn't afford it. Can't wait to see yours.....!

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