Antarktis Shawl Complete


As I showed you on Friday's post of the mere six inches left of this pretty skein, I completed my shawl and only sacrificed ONE row of the pattern.  I could easily knit his pattern again and again.  If you haven't knit Antarktis, well maybe you should!


I enjoyed the design of starting a shawl at one end and then creating the triangle tip to tip.  Also, this shawl can use one skein of fingering weight yarn of 430 ish yards.  I had 399 yards so of course I was thinking of how to finish the shawl with what I had.


Details are here on my ravelry page

Comments

  1. Beautiful!
    It seems like an easy and mindless shawl to knit, so I'll need to check out the pattern.

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  2. Beautiful, Karen! I love how it turned out and I really love the color!

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  3. Lovely color, beautiful shawl, and hopefully it will soon be cool enough to need it!

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  4. Beautiful! Lovely color & it looks easy to wear...once we get more Fall-like weather!

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  5. I love this color! is it in Ravlery? I'd like to save the pattern to my library to do it in the future...

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    1. the pattern is on ravelry, it's called silverleaf the yarn is listed on ravelry and it's by hedgehogfibres sock twist. The color is hunter.

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  6. Both the pattern and the colour are gorgeous! Im going to check out the pattern on Ravelry. I like that it uses just one skein of sock yarn.

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  7. absolutely beautiful.....I joined a yarn of the month club while on the Cape and the first installment was a lovely skein of fingering wt with this pattern. I knit it once years ago....I think it might be time to knit it again!!!

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  8. It is beautiful. Congrats on winning the game of yarn chicken!

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  9. This is lovely! The pattern is beautiful as is the color. xx

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  10. Your shawl is beautiful. I adore the color of that yarn and the light airy pattern.

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  11. Lovely. What a great end of summer shawl. Such a pretty color of green that will hold memories of this summer.

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  12. *shakes pom poms in air* What a lovely finish. The color is beautiful and it's perfecto on you.

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  13. Love the finish. I m glad you did it in one color. GOrgeous. Clapping for yoU!

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  14. Beautiful shawl--Love the color!

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  15. Lovely shawl, it looks great in that colour!

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  16. Oh it turned out so well, and is such a great color! I hope you have many happy times to wear it. :-)

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  17. What a stunning shawl, Karen. You are a clever knitter! xx

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  18. Beautiful! The color is a summery ocean blue.

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  19. I love the simplicity of this design! It would work great with such a multitude of different dyes. Definitely on my to-knit list. -Sierra

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  20. Such a beautiful shawl. I can see why so many people have knit it! And I think the color will work nicely for all seasons.

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