A conundrum

This is the blanket/shawl thing I was hoping to finish for the Knitting Olympics. As you can see, several weeks later I'm still nowhere near finishing. However, I do need to start thinking ahead to the next section.

As you can see, I already have quite a bit of the stitches all bunched up to make enough room to work. However, once I finish the remaining 15 rounds, I have another increase section and then 50 rows of lace.

Is the set of needles I'm working on long enough? The only solution I can think of is to get an Addi Click system, which allows me to combine 2 cords to make one super-long-mega cord.

What do you think?

*this is totally not just me trying to validate the purchase honest*

Tripsie says it's plenty big enough and I should just give it to her now.


tata said...

Nah, get the Harmony set from knitpicks! Much cheaper :)

Kyle Kunnecke said...

the way I did my large round blanket was to buy 3 looooong double points and used 2 on the project, always knitting with the 3rd - increasing to 3 on the project and knitting witht he 4th when it got bigger...

I used my circs like DPN's on socks... worked beautifully....

love the blankie (and your kitty!!)
Don't get discouraged... the larger these blankets get the harder it is to resist temptation to bind off!!