Revisiting The Shawl

I finally laid the shawl out in the daylight and got a good photo. Passing the half way point really makes it seem like the knitting is going faster. I’m so happy I kept knitting. To be honest there were a couple of points back at the beginning I was cursing the yarn*, the pattern and my knitting ability. I’m glad I hung on and kept going. Now I’ve just got to coast to the end. 

*On my phone the color of the yarn looks more blue than it is in real life. It’s more of a dark purple with highlights of pale purple to gray. 

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9 Responses to Revisiting The Shawl

  1. kathyreeves says:

    You are really cruising to those final stitches. Seeing the entire piece really increases my appreciation of it. That will be a very versatile accessory, yet detailed enough to be a statement piece on its own.😍

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  2. Oh, it’s lovely! Keep on!

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  3. salpal1 says:

    WOW – such a nice shawl! I am glad you kept going. It will go really fast now.

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  4. chrisknits says:

    Cannot wait until the blocking opens up that lace!!

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  5. Stefanie says:

    I like the variegated blues; there’s mystery and there’s moonlight.

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  6. It’s looking so good – glad you persevered.

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  7. YarnyDragonfly says:

    You will be finished by this weekend (if not already!)! 🙂

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