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Skywalker - my first lace work

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Knit This: Mastering Lace Shawls taught by Laura Nelkin

Learn to knit two beautiful lace shawls with Laura Nelkin as she sends you on a lace journey that is out of this world!

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Yarn Weight Fingering (4 ply)
Sizing Women
Style Cute, Classic, Romantic, Traditional
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What needles did you use? US 4 / 3.5 mm

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What materials did you use? Sockwool from Lana Grossa "Meilenweit Grigio", containing 75% Wool 25% Polyamid

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First blocking took quiet some time. I had to redo the edging to put the 13th Nova edging into the middle, otherwise the edging would have looked not equal. First I wanted not to block the edging, what left me not happy. So I decided to block each of them in a round way. Now I am happy with the way they look - a Little bit like closed eyelids. I am very satiesfied with the outcome - Big Thanks to Laura :-)

03/28/2014 Flag

WOW! I think it is very beautiful Thank you for sharing.

03/28/2014 Flag

... even though the wool I used is not the right material to do such a delicate shawl - I will use this shawl more likely in winter and would not recommend this yarn. But nevertheless I had great fun doing this one ... Next one (most probably Clarus) I will use a Bluefaced Leicester / Silk yarn, which will be sooooo much softer in feel! Maybe I will do another skywalker too.

04/04/2014 Flag

I think your shawl turned out to be absolutely beautiful. I bet it will be wonderfully warm to wear in fall and winter. I do love the color of the yarn you used, it does not detract at all from the patternn. Thank you for sharing your project!

05/26/2014 Flag