The Constance shawl in white and a slight correction
Monday July 02nd 2007, 12:44 pm
Filed under: "Wrapped in Comfort",Knit,LYS

Photo by Renee, Saturday at Marin Fiber Arts; go to  http://www.revknits.blogspot.com/ for her blog.  This is what the Constance shawl looks like if you do it in a single-color yarn. It took me about 17-18 hours to knit it in this fingering-weight baby alpaca.

One note on the book: I did the smaller version of the Water Turtles shawl several times exactly as it is written in the book, a generously-sized example being Sandi’s shawl shown here: http://spindyeknit.com/2007/03/page/2/ While knitting the one that was photographed for the book, however, I skipped rows 30 and 32 in the yoke, making a slightly shorter yoke. Either way works fine.Constance shawl in white baby alpaca fingering weight


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Oh how I love hearing that flexibility. “Either way works fine.” It causes a person like me to feel as though it will all work out great. No worries.
-Robin

Comment by Robin 07.02.07 @ 12:52 pm

and did you know that you knit hearts in your shawls?? It’s like getting an Alison hug when I get to that part — back to my “Michelle” shawl now.

Comment by Patricia 07.02.07 @ 2:23 pm

Thanks for linking to the blog — that shawl is truly stunning…

Wow, what a story about the barbeque – I would never go near one again!

Comment by Renee 07.03.07 @ 11:42 pm

Ahhh, another lovely picture of you 😉 It’s a classic Alison, with you sitting peacefully in this beautiful shawl. I appreciate the people who take the photos, they seem to capture your essence quite nicely!
Thanks photographers!!

Comment by Sheila E 07.06.07 @ 9:10 am



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