FO: Channah Shawl

Things have been busy. There don’t seem to be enough hours in the day. I finally got some finished object photos taken.

This is the Channah Shawl by Tera Pavlikova. The yarn I used is Leading Men Fiber Arts show stopper in trapdoor. Here is the link to my Ravelry project page.

The pattern is an easy knit. It is only written instructions without a chart as of now. It didn’t matter to me because it’s the type of pattern that is easy to remember and makes sense.

The yarn, which I’ve used a few times, is lovely. It feels nice and is soft enough for next to the skin.

This is the first of my three Loopy Academy TAG projects. The requirement was to knit a project that represents your schooling: elementary, middle/junior high and high school. This is my elementary project. I did a few years in Catholic school. The designer in the pattern description talks about designing this pattern so that the wearer will feel God’s love. God loving us was a lesson we learned every day in Catholic school.

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11 Responses to FO: Channah Shawl

  1. Stefanie says:

    *claps* well done. That’s a great colorway.

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  2. Do you like the shape, and how it drapes when worn?

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  3. Laura Kate says:

    This is beautiful. I can see why you like this yarn.

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  4. It just looks like it would feel like a cloud. Gorgeous!

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  5. That is a lovely shawl! Love reading about your Loopy Academy projects 🙂

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  6. ReginaMary says:

    Love it and love the significance of the design.

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  7. LDSVenus says:

    It looks really pretty, bet it was a fun knit 🙂

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  8. kathyreeves says:

    That is really pretty, the lace is wonderful and the color way perfect for it.

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