The every way wrap to be precise, or specific, your choice. It grows though there have been periods where it seemed like I was going backwards in time. After finding a cable row that twisted to the left when it should have twisted to the right I had the joy of frogging five inches.
Still, it's all knitting and that is always good. I am sure I will use this wrap a great deal this winter. It will be perfect for sitting on the couch in front of the wood burning stove.
The lovely density of the knitting makes it a popular item to repose upon.
We continue to have some decent heat during the days (today being the exception - we not only dropped down from the 90's into the 70's, it rained). The heat will continue and perhaps there will be a few more tomatoes. Things are wrapping up though. I have picked the last of my heirloom cantaloupes and will be sorry when the last one has been consumed. A definite Must.Grow.Again.Next.Year item. They have been so very good.
I tried a new type of hard shell squash from Australia. I've not yet tried eating one and may actually just use them for Halloween carving. I don't think I will try them again though. You get one, perhaps two per vine and the literature says they are rather "dry". There a plenty other types with better taste and higher yield. Still, fun to try something new.