Saturday, 10 September 2011

First Crescent Shaped Shawl

 Guys, I'm on a roll...oh yes I am!

This is the second week that I can post a FO Friday project, how cool is that, (my son says I'm not allowed to say " cool" anymore, it shows my age - I'm supposed to say "sick" ??? I prefer "cool", please don't tell him.......).

Anyway, I've been on holiday for just over two weeks and in that time I managed to cast on, knit, bind off and block my first crescent shaped shawl, as follows:




It's knit with sock wool and I absolutely love it. Yes guys, as we a had a non existent summer, I am now gearing up for Winter. (Note: I'm back to work on Monday, in every sense of the word, so can safely say that I will be slowing back down on my knitting - aahhhh it was nice while it lasted!) For more FO's, click here:



12 comments:

  1. Your shawl is beautiful, well done!

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  2. Ooooh that's a pretty yarn: did I miss where you said what it is ? :-)

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  3. It looks super, love the colour. And I think cool is much better than sick too

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  4. Hi Vivianne, if you check out my Ravelry page http://www.ravelry.com/projects/MrsHknits/simple-but-not-boring-shawl, you'll find the relevant information.

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  5. Thank you for the comment on my blog, I must say I like your shawl, its very pretty even for a sock wool knit :) I think it may be one thing I will try and make at some point :)

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  6. It looks beautiful, I really like crescent shaped shawls, I find they sit nicely on the shoulders (much more so than triangular ones!)

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  7. It's cool...yeah I know I too am showing my age, but sick sounds nasty, not good. I love your shawl, the pattern and the colors. Awesome. Is that the name of the pattern? Crescent? Would love to check it out if you could leave a link.

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  8. Hi Sandy, you may need to copy and paste the following into your search engine for the pattern:

    http://www.ravelry.com/projects/MrsHknits/simple-but-not-boring-shawl

    Hopefully you are on Ravelry. That's where I found the pattern. It's called the "simple but not boring shawl"

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  9. You didn't give us an accessible link. It is closed, only to ravel people. You should give us the public link so we could all see the shawl.

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    1. Oops sorry I didn't know you could do that, here is the public link: http://ravel.me/MrsHknits/sbnbs

      Hope this works...

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