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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Soon to be Free Range...

...the Flower Basket Shawl! That's right, I'm binding off now. Since you saw it last, I ended up doing two more repeats of the Basket Chart before I started the Edging Chart and I think I figured it just about perfectly. I'll have some yarn left over, even after the yarn eating lace bind off, but I don't think I could have gotten another Basket Chart repeat out of it. My big goal for the day is to get the shawl off the needles and maybe I can get it blocked today.

It feels like I have been knitting on this forever and last night I realized that I had. I started this back in October or November, but then set it aside to knit Mindy's Stole/Hanami. This poor little shawl has just been sitting patiently on the needles waiting for me to get back to it. When I finally did, it didn't cause any trouble, drop stitches, make mistakes, or any of the other huge list of things that neglected knitwear can do. Once I get this blocking, I've already got my next lace project picked out! You'll just have to wait and see what it is!



Blogger Vanessa said...

Very nice! I too started a project back in Oct - finally finished it last Thurs - posted it today.
Enjoy your shawl!

7:19 AM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Beautiful shawl!!! Daughter Joy is starting the sweater for my niece!!!! Not as fine a yarn, but niece is not a lacey type person and wants a country thick one.


7:50 AM  
Blogger Carissa said...

What a pretty shawl. I really like the colors. Lace seems to be in the air lately!

9:45 AM  
Blogger Sereknitty said...

Melanie, the shawl is lovely. I can't wait to see how it blocks out. The colors are so pretty and do remind me of delicate flowers gathered into a basket.

9:47 AM  
Blogger Rosa said...

Very pretty! I am looking forward to see the blocked shawl. Thrilling!

2:23 PM  
Blogger knitseashore said...

That is so pretty! I like the striped effect on it. I also love your pink socks a few posts back.

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! I really love the colors. Can't wait to see it all blocked out.

11:17 PM  

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