What are you most proud of? I am most proud that I had the courage to plot out the pattern (even though it's SUPER EASY) and knit it. And I'm super proud with the results. I just jotted down the instructions and didn't do a gauge swatch...I want to make another and this time will rework pattern to include gauge and a different closing technique. Shucks, I'm feeling so good about it, I might even just try to write a pattern for in the round! Wouldn't that be something?!! Now that I've done something so simple, it gives me the strength and courage to tackle more intricate pattern work. What advice would you give someone starting this project? If I were to knit this again, I'd find a different way to graft the ends as I knitted it on straight needles. I used the Kitchener stitch, but because the pattern is a K2, P2, ending with a K2, P1 (multiple of 4 +3)...it was difficult for me to get a clean finish once I grafted. I think perhaps a crochet close or next time just knit in the round!