Holly Inspired Shawl
I've discovered that when you are in a car for 8 hours, you can get a lot of knitting done. I have to be honest, I typically do not knit that much in the car, I tend to window gaze and daydream while talking to my husband. However, this trip I was focused on getting this shawl off the needles.
And I did.
I enjoyed the shawl pattern, easy to remember after a few run throughs. I did have a bit of trouble setting up the edging. It was probably my fault and was too lazy to count those multitude stitches so I just fudged the edging in as best as I could.
I highly doubt anyone would be able to find that fudging so I'm pleased with my craftiness.
Beautiful shawl, Karen! Nice finish!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, the yarn is a delight.ReplyDelete
Oh I think it's really nice! If anyone comments on where you fudged, you need to ask why they are that close ... ;-)ReplyDelete
ha ha ha! That is a great comment!Delete
Oh that is gorgeous! Love it. I don't knit in the car at all - I think I have to look out the window and also pay attention to tell Fletch when he is driving too fast or too close, etc, etc. LOLReplyDelete
Great shawl. It looks light and airy but one that would still provide some warmth.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh I LOVE the shawl. I Found a very cool thing that you use to keep your shawl in place . It removes easily. I'll post about it tomorrow!ReplyDelete
Zul makes it?
Your shawl is lovely Karen, an intricate pattern. The colour sets off the delicate pattern perfectly, Cathy xReplyDelete
What a pretty shawl. Your "fudging" is you making this shawl your own. Lovely.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I do enjoy car knitting.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love the storm cloud color of the yarn and it looks great on you!ReplyDelete
What a pretty shawl. I love a relaxed shawl knit and that pattern looks perfect. That gray color should mean you can wear it often.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. I love the color , the drape, well all of it!ReplyDelete