Cloverleaf Shawl


Well, well, well.  It seems to me that when you focus and knit on one project exclusively, that said project gets completed in a timely manner.  I worked on this knit daily for two weeks and knitted more than what was already completed before my knitting marathon.

Those progress markers work.


I enjoyed this knit and the mindlessness of a 12 row repeat (I think 12 rows).  I created this shawl out of my own imagination and used a Barbara Walker pattern dictionary (the first book published).  The cloverleaf stitch pattern was a delight to knit.

What made this stitch pattern nice was the simplicity and repeatability of the design and I could knit and watch tv at the same time. 


I would definitely recommend the yarn, Manos del uruguay Marina.  This single ply yarn was soft and lovely to have in my hands.


Ravelry notes are here

Comments

  1. It is lovely. Perfect spring ir fall wrap.

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  2. I love the elegance of this design. It looks complicated but charmingly easy. Nicely done, Karen!

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  3. It's beautiful! And it looks so soft and cozy!

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  4. Oh it turned out just so lovely! It looks really soft. Congratulations on a great finish!!

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  5. It is lovely! And reminds me I am running out of months to get my niece's shawl made!!! The wedding is the 2nd weekend of October, so I need to get going.

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  6. So sweet.

    I'm currently knitting with Manos del Uruguay Alegria. It is so nice!

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  7. It came out great! Very summery. I bet it's so soft!

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  8. The shawl came out wonderfully well but I never had any doubts. Isn't it amazing what knitting on one project can finish? That makes me smile because I have had the same experience more times than I care to recall. Very pretty.

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  9. That shawl is beautiful. It is amazing what can be done when you concentrate on one project at a time.

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  10. So pretty, Karen! It looks soft, too. and squishy. I think you're going to get a lot of use from it!

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  11. That would be my go to for indoor dining. I have to have a shawl because so many places are FREEZING in the a/c You did a lovely job

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  12. Beautiful, both the yarn and the pattern.

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  13. A great finish. Manos is a terrific yarn company. I need to knit more with them.

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  14. SO beautiful, Karen! Your work amazes me!

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