Waves Upon the Shore Shawl Complete


Last week I finished knitting my Waves Upon the Shore Shawl.  If only fall or winter were here so I could wear it comfortably.  It is a treasure!  


The pattern is kuura.  It was easy and quickly memorized, who could ask for anything more?  I loved that it was a charted pattern and with a quick glance I could knit away.  I highly recommend the pattern.


The yarn is Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere and as you can guess it was heaven to knit with for this project.  It had lots of energy, spring and yet was so so soft.  I have romantic thoughts of wrapping the shawl around my neck on a cold cold day and being snuggle-y warm.


ravelry notes are here

Comments

  1. Karen, I sort of gasped this morning when I clicked on your page. I love your new header!!! And the shawl is absolutely gorgeous. I will definitely add to my favs for later. Have a great day!

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  2. That is so perfect! The lace pattern is lovely, and the yarn is such a rich color. You look beautiful wearing it.

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  3. oh, Karen!!! that color! beautiful....and the pattern is everything you want in a summer knit. And it will be ready for you in winter....the best ! (I'm the kind when I'm cold, I cast on....sort of doesn't work out so well!) (Love the new header look!!!!)

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  4. Oh no, another project to add to my Ravelry library. It's starting to look like my Amazon wishlist!

    Gorgeous shawl and I adore the colour. Nice to see your face too!

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  5. When I see something as beautiful and perfect as this it is hard to believe people actually make this ;) I wish I had half your talent and patience!

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  6. Stunning! I like how the name of the shawl and pattern are intertwined with each other.

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  7. Oh wow that is stunning. Thanks for link to pattern.
    Love Leanne

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  8. You have done it once again my dear Karen, the shawl is breathtaking.
    Oh, and I love your new header, perfect for the new summer season.

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  9. SO beautiful, Karen! I love your knits. And your new header. And the recent pesto recipe you shared :) thank you!

    I have missed visiting your beautiful and comforting space - I am a bit behind on my favourite blogs and bloggers (I blame the freelance work). Have a lovely week and 'speak'/'see' you very soon :)

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  10. Love the shawl and the beautiful yarn you chose. I also like your new header.
    Love,
    Marie

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  11. So beautiful! That colorway is gorgeous - it complements the pattern so well! And I love your blog redesign too! :)

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  12. That will be perfect for the snow!

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  13. Anything with cashmere... and your execution of this pattern is beautiful! blessings ~ tanna

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  14. IF you set your AC at the right temperature you could wear now. Just sayin'

    LOVE it ~ that color really speaks to me :) I think I'm repeating myself. But it really does. This fall (or maybe winter) I will make shawls. :)

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  15. Oh my goodness, it's beautiful! I'm adding the pattern to my queue. (I think half the patterns in my queue are ones I've seen here...) xo

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  16. It looks so pretty Karen! That yarn was perfect for that pattern. And of course, it looks beautiful on you!

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  17. Ohh! Love the revamp! Pretty! So is your shawl. I find that's the worst part of knitting during warm weather...waiting for the cold weather to wear it.

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  18. Beautiful shawl!! Love that color too.

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  19. I <3 Dream in Color Smooshy! And, your GORGEOUS shawl. : )

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  20. Very pretty! I printed out the pattern which is now on my huge pile. Love the color of yours!

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  21. Karen, it is just gorgeous! I love the color and the pattern. It really makes me wish for a cozy fire and a cup of hot chocolate:)

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  22. truly beautiful, karen! you're a pro!

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  23. What can say but beautiful. It really is amazing. OOh it will be Perfect for Christmas it would warm up any snowy day.

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