|Copernicus never seems to be far from my knitting|
|My Starry Night bag seemed a fitting project bag for this knit|
I worked the pattern as written with one modification - I added one extra repeat of the Cirruncinus Lace to the straight section. That made it 13 repeats instead of 12. I just wanted to use up as much of this gorgeous yarn as I could. How did I figure out I could knit an extra repeat? I weighed my yarn. At the completion of 11 repeats I had 33 grams remaining. At the completion of 12 repeats I had 29 grams of yarn remaining, therefore each repeat was using approximately 4 grams of yarn. I knew I wanted to reserve 25 grams for the decrease sections, so I knew I could safely knit one more repeat. However, for extra insurance I put in a lifeline after the 12 repeat. This way, if my gamble didn't pay off, then I could just frog (rip) back to my lifeline and started the first decrease section there.
|Only 5 grams of yarn remained|