Note to today’s “designer”:  Saying “Using whatever yarn you like, cast on till it’s as long as you like and knit every row, changing yarns when you like, till it’s as wide as you like”  is not a pattern.  It’s barely even an idea.  Plus, while I think your 70s-green-and-brown motif is horrific, what about the people who like it?  Might it not have been courteous to at least give them an idea of what yarns you used?  Heck, you don’t even include a yarn weight, and though there are some who might be able to work it out from the needle size (the only specification in the whole “pattern”), not everyone can.  This is about the fifth “using scrap yarn” project of the year, and it’s even less concrete than usual.  And oh yeah–since everything else is “as I like”, why do you include the instruction to put fringe on?  What if I don’t like fringe?


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