It’s getting big enough that it’s becoming difficult to photograph. And it has outgrown its project bag, so I have to keep folding the whole thing up and putting it away in the drawer separately. (The cats are smitten with it.)
Technically, I should be working the final panel. The pattern gives you a shawl, which is basically just slightly wider than a scarf, and lays across your shoulders. It’s just long enough to pin together at the ends.
And while useful and perhaps sane, that doesn’t seem nearly impressive enough for the county fair. I mean, come on! If you’re going to knit an insanely rainbow-colored shawl in fingering weight yarn, you might as well make it long enough to serve as a proper scarf. Go big or go home, is what I’m saying.