This week I have more OFF the needles than on the needles.
I finished this Mystery SKAL a couple weeks ago, but finally got a picture of it on my dress mannequin. Although it’s a blurry picture, and doesn’t do the color justice, it does give a view of what it will look like when worn (if I didn’t have any arms!).
This week I finished my bright and fun Cancun shawl. That’s the colorway of the hand-dyed yarn, not the actual name of the pattern. I purchased this as a kit at a LYS and it was an easy knit. A 12 row pattern with rows 11 and 12 as eyelet:
This shawl has not yet been blocked, but I am loving the potential of the drape and ruffle on the edge:
Again, my apologies for the blurriness of the photo’s, there are just some days that I have a bit of shake in my hands and I had to make a decision to quickly snap these pics, or forgo the post due to time constraints this morning. (In other words I have no idea where my tripod is and didn’t have time to find it!).
Finally on the shawl front, I am still working on my Vermont Leaves shawl. I’ve signed up to finish this as part of a Labor Day Finish It Up challenge, but upon reading the next 80 or so rows that need done, I am not sure I’ll finish it this weekend:
I may have signed up for a bit more knitting than I’ll accomplish, but I’m going to give it my best shot!
What’s on your needles this weekend?
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