Monday, August 22, 2005

Leaf Lace Shawl complete!





Wow...7 days to make a lace shawl?? This shawl, which I made for the local hospital's cancer centre, was started on Saturday, August 13, and completed on Saturday, August 20. It's the Fiber Trend's Leaf Lace shawl and it was quite easy to make. I used 10 50-gram balls of Jo Sharp DK Wool (in Porcelein) and it turned out very nice! As I mention in the WIP post below, I used a 32" size 10 (US) Addi Turbo needle so I guess I can say they really do make you knit faster! The yarn is beautiful to work and washed up nicely. The finished size is about 72" x 45", which is the "large" size shawl in the pattern. I'll make this one again, especially since it worked up so fast. The pattern is a 10 row repeat and was very easy to follow. I used only the chart and not the written instructions, which is a first for me! OK, between the chart and the needles, I guess I'm a faster knitter!

3 comments:

yarn_nut said...

wow... this is a really beautiful shawl. You should be very proud.

Knitting in Progress said...

Great shawl you have knitted and good for you to knit this for your local cancer centre. I am sure it will be highly appreciated.

Margaret (edelsma from KR)

Shannon said...

Beautiful shawl. it looks lovely in the dk weight yarn.