This was a fun pattern and by the time you're bored, you get to do some garter for speed, the the edging begins! Yarn held doubled throughout to try to have a thicker shawl and use up some stash. See the yarn details here.
This is the Radiance Shawlette pattern and I made it once before, but it was so small that I knew I wanted to try it again - but larger. Last the kit used a slow color change yarn (beautiful) but it was just by a hair I was able to complete it with the one… Continue reading Elf Shawl
I tried to make this shawl when I first started knitting and it was a bit too ambitious for my skills then but I really liked it so I kept it in my queue for later. I added more rows to the body and border and it's a very good size to be useful. The… Continue reading Forest Canopy Shawl
I was able to use up some older stash in this shawl that kept asking, "What's my purpose? Why do you buy so much sock yarn and never use it?" Ugh. I really need to shop less and create more - possibly even destash a bit. I just love all the sock yarn colorways people… Continue reading Irish Fantastica Crocheted Shawl
Added one of my picot shell borders. I love the Seraphina shawl - if you haven’t made one - DO IT - This is my 10th! The yarn was dreamy. Use the link above to get any details about the project.
This yarn is amazing - so soft, but it's a bit fragile, so I crochet with it. It feels like it may break when blocking if you do knit with it, so maybe be extra careful. The picture doesn't do it justice, but I had to snap one and it was near 90 out (yes,… Continue reading Alpine Frost Wrap/Scarf
I tend to make the same things over, and over, and over..... Do you? I just get these favorites going and they're like old friends - familiar and comforting. The South Bay Shawlette by Lion Brand Yarn is exactly one of those for me. This one is in Malabrigo Yarn Sock and is a gift… Continue reading Across The Pond