Turns out I was overly optimistic on getting more than eight wedges. I only got seven... well... 6.5. If you look closely, you'll notice that last wedge is a little shorter than the others. I didn't even have enough yarn to do the last four rows to finish of the top edge. For that I had to dig deep - I came up with one of Mom's really early spinning efforts. It was super-wonky, thick and thin, but it was the perfect thing to finish it all off.
And despite being 1.5 wedges short, it's more than enough to wrap around my neck
While it doesn't have all the colours of the the hat and mitts, the colours it does have are a good match to call this a perfect set.
It was a really fun knit - especially with the handspun - there was just no predicting how those stripes were going to stack up. That said, a look through the other projects show that this is a pattern that works with pretty much any yarn.
I think it will make my train trips nice and cozy. And I forsee more Wingspans in my future. It was a fun, fast knit that can be adapted to almost any weight.
But for now, I've got other plans for my needles. Stay tuned!