** The pattern can be found here **
Since a row of black yarn is between each other row, I don't use really dark colors on the odd rows (like dark brown or navy), as I don't think they show up well.
I love this simple pattern, but it can be tedious to work with having to change colors every row and also because of the number of ends to tie in. It's a good project to work on a little here and there whenever you've accumulated scrap bits of yarn, before they start reproducing!
What're you working on?
To play along on Work-in-Progress Wednesday, make your blog post for Wednesday be about something you're working on - some type of craft, renovation project, landscaping, even that novel you're writing. You can play along even if it’s not Wednesday; I leave each WIP up until the following week. Copy the code below Rosie's picture and paste it into your blog post so that others can follow too, and see the rest of the projects that are posted here.
Make sure to click 'You are next' below to add your link so my readers can follow it to your blog post.
** Note ** Several of you are signing up at the bottom but you’re not putting the WIP Wednesday link on your own blog. If you don’t, your readers won’t be led back here to see what others are doing and what WIP Wednesday is all about. It’s not hard, just copy the code beneath the photo above and paste it into your blog post. If you’re having trouble, please let me know and I’ll try to walk you through it.