I thought this would be a little bit bigger. Still, I'm happy with it and I'm still taking little peeks at the colours because I like them so much.
You're right, Knitting Linguist, it's the colours of irises, the yellow ones and the purpley blue ones.
I used the wires again and this time I remembered to use them for the points, but in the end I took them out of the points and did those by hand. I find it easier to stretch and re-stretch the individual points one at a time.
After blocking, it's 68 inches wide by 34.
I've cast this on. It's the Flutter Scarf by Mim Felton, who also designed Icarus. I've had my eye on it for a while: I particularly like the bell shape at the ends. It has a provisional cast on and then you knit out to each end.
I cast on late last night and then spent an hour trying to knit an unfamiliar chart with fine black yarn in a bad light. Not very clever, but I seem to have got away with it. I'm not sure that this is the best time of year to start knitting with fine black yarn. I really must do something about getting a better light by my seat.
It's Kidsilk Night of course, in Starry Night, the sootiest black. It's already 14 inches wide.
Joan, I've reserved My Life Without Me, and Judith, I've got The Music Box and I'm going to watch it tomorrow.
If you haven't had enough above, here's some more.
I couldn't do it and just clicked on Auto Solve, but perhaps you have more patience than I do.