What would you do with 62 feet of gummy string candy? Eating it probably wouldn’t be the best choice for your health, so a Japanese woman decided to knit the yarn-like gummy strands into an edible scarf and document the entire process on Twitter.
User Overtime Queen began her project with 15 packages of Ultra-string Q gummy candies, which, at 50 inches long, claim to be the longest ever. From there, she used chopsticks as knitting needles, and according to Rocket News 24 (which apparently knows a lot more about knitting than I do), she “decided to go with a standard stocking stitch, 18 stitches across—a good width for a comfortable scarf.”
After three hours of work, she ended up with an impressively visually stunning scarf that’s about 10 inches by 6 inches in size and weighs a pound. Her tweets also racked up thousands of retweets and favorites, so though her scarf might not be quite long enough to wear, it’s done wonders for her social media status.