Millicent loves this shawl! I can’t say I blame her.
I started it before the recent “knitting adventure.”
Packed it for the travels. You see it there at #2. Macy is standing on the lime green for the ruffle. I did not get that far while in hospital.
But I actually felt well enough to knit quite a few rows on it! I think that’s pretty good…considering.
Came home to knit more on the shawl as I recuperate.
Even just looking at it in process, brightened my days.
I got very excited starting the ruffle…oh what a color!
Yum! Noro Silk Garden Sock Yarn and Elsebeth Lavold’s Silky Wool for the ruffle.
This shawl seems to look great in various places in my home.
I haven’t blocked it yet…someday…
Oh the color….
The shawl can just sit in a crumpled heap and look fabulous. It’s the yarn and super pattern combination! A winner!
My yarn projects are never quite complete without drawing them. Millicent wanted in on this one.:)
5 thoughts on “Adventure Shawl”
every single color is beautiful and the ruffle is great.
Thank you Kay! It was one of those knitting projects that almost “knits itself”, if that makes any sense. Thank you for visiting here and taking the time to comment!
I missed the post about your surgery so very glad to hear you are home again and recuperating. Your shawls are gorgeous and I love how you portray them in sketches. Wishing you a full recovery. 🙂
Thank you so much Serena!
A beautiful shawl, painting, and mother! I am excited to come home!