The drama associated with this project is finally over. Behind this door, Shaelyn is being blocked within an inch of her life.
It is wonderful to finally have a designated blocking area that is cat proof. I used to have to do this on the dining room table and then carefully transfer it to a safer spot at night.
I am very happy with the way she turned out. All the color issues worked out beautifully and were worth the extra effort.
Those last two rows of over-dyed blue look like they belong there. Thank goodness.
Final Verdict: This was an easy-peasy pattern, perfect for beginning lace knitters. For a full sized shawl, it was actually a very quick knit and would have been done weeks ago if I had only put on my thinking cap and thought about things like yardage and stitch counts before
I got started.
Oh, wow, that turned out really pretty even if there was some drama. What's a lace project without a little drama anyway. I find the two just kind of go together. Love your color choices and I'm having designated blocking room envy. I think I may just need to take over another room in the house for this purpose. :-)ReplyDelete
I told you that you'd love it in the in! It looks amazing!ReplyDelete
OH but it is stunning. WEll worth all your efforts I'd say. You have way more patience than I do..your knitting shows itReplyDelete
gorgeous she is!ReplyDelete
Yay! It turned out great!ReplyDelete