COMPLETE PROJECTIt's off the blocking and fabulous! After completing the Annetrelac socks, I was so enamoured of the entrelac process that I wanted to continue. Thus a scarf is born. I based the method on Danica from Knitty and must say that I vastly prefer this pattern. Annetrelac uses slipping stitches at each end doesn't join the new square with the previous square immediately. Danica doesn't slip and the newly picked up sections are joined to the completed square right away. (I guess you have to read both patterns side by side to know what I'm talking about.) Anyway, the result is a tidier look to the weave and tighter corners.
Done in fingering weight, this scarf is as light as air and can be worn decoratively indoors. My sister will love it.