Cinnamon Grace Shawl Complete


I finished my shawl on the way up to London, Ontario.  It was fun blitzing through the ruffle while riding in the car.  I felt so accomplished.  The yarn is by Twist and Twine and it was wonderful to knit.  I enjoyed the tiny bit of sparkle that was incorporated in the spinning.  Just enough to hint at some glitz.


The pattern is a must knit.  It was easy and I loved how it used just one skein of fingering weight yarn.  You also can repeat the ruffle until you are nearly done with the skein.  I did not do the picot edge bind off.  I felt that the ruffle pattern was enough for me.


Now.......when will I be able to wear this?  You guessed it.  In the fall.  My favorite time of the year and it cannot come soon enough.


Comments

  1. Gorgeous! I've added this pattern to my favorites. Because, you know, what I really need is another pattern for my "want to make someday when I have time" list… xo

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  2. Wow, it is beautiful!!! You were in Ontario this weekend? That's my little part of the world, although London is a good 5 hours from here :)

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  3. You are quick! Inspiring how quickly you are kicking out the hand knits. Just lovely colors in this one. I am still plugging along on my Baktus. Blessings!

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  4. This is lovely- turned out so pretty, works so nicely with the yarn too.

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  5. gorgeous! I love the color! Is that for me??? Always fun to have a complete project to share.

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  6. Karen the shawl is beautiful! It will look so lovely for the fall.

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  7. damn I love that.
    If I can ever finish my darn shawl I want to do that!
    how do you turn over projects so quickly?
    XO
    C

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  8. oh, it's lovely. the colourway is beautiful, reminds me auf autumn...

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  9. I immediately thought of fall when I saw the first photo. I can picture you now... sitting under a large Red Maple tree, sipping hot Apple Cider next to a fire crackling, and wearing this beautiful shawl. Gorgeous! Love that little sparkle, too.

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  10. It's beautiful! I think I'll be adding that to my (never ending) list :)

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  11. Yay! that is really pretty. I always look so forward to the fall :-)

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  12. Oh beautiful! I love that ruffled edge!

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  13. So pretty! It even looks like fall to me.

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  14. That turned out beautifully! So graceful!

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  15. it's lovely! love the color and wee bit of sparkle :)

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  16. This is truly beautiful, Karen.
    Love the colours and the fact that you can wear it different ways.
    Ronnie xo

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  17. Ontario sounds awesome...I have never been to Canada...it is quite far from where I live. Will you share photos? Your shawl is.....I have run out of words to describe your work and feel as if I always repeat myself now! Incredible, wonderful, amazing.....I must start going to the thesaurus! I cant't find time time to knit these days...how you blog, read and knit ~ I don't know....but I did fianlly pick up a new book and am reading The Glass Castle (suggested by my ninty five year old grandmother!) Maybe I will pick up those needles again...if I can find time in between walking and feeding our baby deer!

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