Dandelion Daze Shawl Complete


Last week, I had the photo shoot for my Dandelion Daze Shawl.  I even used a tripod this time - getting all professional in my photo skills.  I cannot wait to wear this when the weather gets chilly!!


The pattern called for fingering weight wool but I decided to use lace weight.  I find wearing lots of fingering weight (over 500 yards) around my neck to be "heavy". Lace weight wool solves that problem.


This shawl is light and airy and quite warm!


As always, blocking wires and pinning out the shawl makes all those yarn overs stand out.


Ravelry notes are here

Comments

  1. That is a beautiful shawl! I love that color and the lace pattern

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  2. That is a beautifully light and airy shawl! Hopefully now that you're done we'll return to real fall temps again so you can wear your lovely creation.

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  3. Karen that is stunning, such a beautiful colour and pattern. Perfect for the season.

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  4. It's lovely! I love how soft and airy it looks in laceweight :) That's going to be a perfect pop of cheer when the weather turns grey!

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  5. Oooh! That turned out so beautifully! I love the airiness of it - and the shape! Well done!

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  6. Yay! You're done! And metamorphosis blocking; what a transformation from its WIP days. Lovely job, Karen.

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  7. Simply beautiful! I may have to give lace weight a try.

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  8. Love it, Karen. Great color also.

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  9. Your shawl is lovely! Hope you enjoy wearing it!

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  10. You will be wearing a little reminder of summer during the winter. The shawl is elegant and beautiful!

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  11. What a beautiful shawl. It's going to feel great in the cold.

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  12. Such delicate work, it will be a joy to wear I'm sure.

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