Sea Shell Shawl Complete


I finished this shawl before the storm but had to wait until power was restored to block it.  I am not a pastel loving person but I think this shawl came out beautifully and I think my aunt will love it.


What's nice is that it is a cotton wool blend so maybe just maybe it could be worn year round without being overly hot.  The pattern is Mulnomah and I think it would be a good intermediate level knit.  Beginners who are adventurous could give it a try, why not?


Oh and could someone tell me why with all my holiday music in the mornings I have THIS song  (be forewarned it is a video) song stuck in my head??? Oh and it might get stuck inside your head too :D

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  1. That is so beautiful - your aunt will love it, I'm sure.
    Not clicking on your link because the last thing I need is another earworm… ;) xo

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    1. You should click on it anyways, it's a good song to have in your head!

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  2. The shawl is so beautiful! HAHAHA about the song!! Ree enjoyed it! :-D

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    1. My daughter LOVED this movie as a child!

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  3. Oh, wow! This is so pretty! I love pastel colors :D

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  4. It's very pretty Karen and your aunt is going to love it.
    Oh, and I clicked the link, yeap, the song is now in my
    head now!

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  5. I actually quite love the colours and I'm sure the recipient is going to love it too! Beautiful shawl!

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  6. Now that's a tongue-twister: sea shell shawl. It even twists my brain up when I say it in my head. (:

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  7. it's beautiful karen, and what a special gift it will make, i am sure she will cherish it!

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  8. It's beautiful! Your aunt certainly will love it :)

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  9. That came out beautiful. I love Multnomah. Such a great pattern. Those colors look great. Very subtle so you can really appreciate the pattern. She will love it!

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  10. it's lovely karen! i know your aunt will love it :)

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  11. Havent seen that movie in years and now I'll be singing that song all day :) Oh how I wanted to be her! lol! And the shawl is such a beautiful pattern! Love it!

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    1. I think I'm too old to be Belle :/ But a girl can dream!!

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  12. so pretty karen, and i bet it soothed you well during the storm. i'm glad you were all okay.

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  13. it's already done? that was fast! it looks fantastic!

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  14. So lovely! I've been circling around this pattern for months after finishing the slightly similar Whippoorwill pattern over the summer. I never do pastels either, but this looks dreamy...

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  15. That is my favorite Disney movie. Who doesn't love a princess that loves books!

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  16. LOVE the shawl! I am not usually a pastel person either, but I do agree that this turned out beautifully. Your aunt will love it. The kids and I have been playing Christmas music around here...but only when my husband is at work. He thinks we're nuts!

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  17. What a beautiful shawl. I am afraid this beginner is still scared of circular needles and stitch markers... :(

    I watched the video, so now I have the song in my head too :) I forgot how much I liked the songs from some of the Disney films, I haven't seen any of them for years! (being as my son in now 21).

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  18. It looks so pretty now that it's all knitted up what a lovely gift. I've haven't knitted a shawl yet but I really like this. Now I can just link over from yours to remember the pattern name when I get around to making one.

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  19. Turned out so beautiful... such soft and serene colors...
    Okay, now I'll be having the Beauty and Beast soundtrack playing all day! ;)

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  20. Oh, Karen!! It's lovely!!! Aunt will surely adore it!!!
    I was sort of wishing the link worked for me this morning....for some reason, I've got the Muppets (manumbadum???) song running in my head this morning....where did THAT come from?

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  21. I'm sure your aunt will be delighted! It's knitted up beautifully. Jacinta

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  22. Goodness, I missed this Karen. It's perfect. What a beautiful and most generous gift to make and give :D

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  23. wow!
    I love pastel colors and this shawl is very beautiful!!
    I hope your aunt have enjoyed it!

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