This wrap turned out differently than I had planned. Even with a large, 13 oz ball of 2-ply handspun yarn, I did not have enough yardage to make the three lace squares. I made the first square and cut the yarn and then weighed it and was stunned to see that it weighed 5 ounces. If I had not cut the yarn, I would have ripped it out and knitted something else.
So I pressed on, starting the second square, weighing my swatch, wondering if two squares would be large enough to make a wrap. I finally realized that I had enough yarn for half the square and could still make a wrap. I knitted the triangle and shortened the garter edging a little as I was still running out of yarn and in the end has just over a yard remaining. I decided to sew the pieces together as the optional wrap style of three squares in a row was now out of the question. I presented it to Cathie, a member of my knitting group, and she was thrilled. She will be moving to Oregon one of these days and the roving for this yarn is from Hanks in the Hood of Mt. Hood, Oregon. This was a fun wrap to knit and it is always nice to knit with my handspun yarn.