FO Friday: Walls (circus) Wrap

This was a BEAST. I used a set of five 250-yarn skeins, for a total of 1250 yards/300 grams. And of course I didn’t check my gauge first because who does that for a wrap, so mine ended up 138 inches, which is 11 1/2 feet. For comparison, the pattern shows the longest edge to be 114 inches. So I ended up with an extra two feet, whatever.

Dog included for scale.

The pattern is Walls (circus) and it’s simple, alternating garter sections with easy eyelet sections, but doing that over and over for 11 feet does get rather monotonous so I’m delighted to finally have this off my needles. And I’m happy that I used up all of the beautiful gradient set from Neighborhood Fiber Co.

Now I just have to figure out how to comfortably wear this much wrap — or maybe I’ll hang it above the windows in my craft room like a valance!

Happy Friday, friends.

13 thoughts on “FO Friday: Walls (circus) Wrap

  1. It’s gorgeous! I had a Neighborhood Fiber Co gradient kit…I made two large shawls and still leftovers that went into a couple hats! It’s a lot of yardage 🙂

    • Thank you! It is a lot of yardage. I think that’s partly how I ended up with this pattern–I wanted something that would use up as much of the yarn as possible.

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