Saturday, October 14, 2006

The Final Word on the Sonoma Shawl

I took the shawl off the blocking board today. I gained about 4-5 inches with the blocking, and I'm happy with the finished product. Take a look:



I do still want to make a big, flowing shawl--something kind of like this one, or one of the nice Fiddlesticks shawls, or the Clapotis, or the Half-Pi Shawl for which I already have yarn...

Anyway, I'm going to wear the new one tonight and enjoy it. At Stitches East, I'll search for a beautiful shawl pin to top it all off.

3 comments:

RheLynn said...

What a beautiful shawl! What yarn did you make it out of *was looking, but didn't see it, maybe not looking in the right place*

Your red Einstein jacket is also lovely!

Charity said...

Lovely shawl! You did really nice work. :0)

Whoa - what is this? Days of no posts, and then you go post crazy? Nice to hear what you've been up to. :0)

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