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    Post pictures of your finished projects here. Be sure to share your pattern and what yarn you used.
    Naperville, IL - Growing zone 5b

    #2
    I completed this shawlette this evening. Yarn is Lorna's Laces, and the pattern is a modification of the Sweet Heart Shawl. It has a lacy edge, but I like it better without.

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    Kathie from Indiana

    2020 Stashbuster: WTD +2YTD + 69

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    #3
    I just finished this, it's a test knit for a friend, not yet published.

    It's a DK weight yarn, not really my style. I.will either give to.charity or sell at the craft bazzar.

    So, a question - would you.wear this type of shawl? My preference is a lighter weight shawlette in a crescent or triangular shape.

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    Kathie from Indiana

    2020 Stashbuster: WTD +2YTD + 69

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    • knitter131
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      DJM, I totally agree 😊

    • lovestostitch
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      I would think a dk weight shawl should be big enough to give good coverage as a warm wrap. That doesn't look big enough to use as a wrap. Personally, I'm like you and prefer a shawlette.

    #4
    The edging is beautiful. I think it would look nice in a lighter weight yarn and a great shawl pin.

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      My Pimpeliese shawl is finished! The one weird thing is that it is not symmetrical as I thought it was going to be. I don't know if I made a mistake or it is supposed to be that way. It won't matter since I will wear it wrapped around as a scarf.
      Naperville, IL - Growing zone 5b

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      • Kathy7661
        Kathy7661 commented
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        Very nice!

      • FreedomLover
        FreedomLover commented
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        This is gorgeous!

      • Woolfan
        Woolfan commented
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        Beautiful! I love the color, and you did a great job knitting it! 😊👏

      #6
      I finished this a while ago and am just getting around to posting.

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      Shelly in South Carolina

      "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible." Dalai Lama

      US Gardening Zone 8B

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      • FreedomLover
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        Thank you all, it's a great pattern at the Rainey Sisters blog.

      • Woolfan
        Woolfan commented
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        Gorgeous! 😍

      • FreedomLover
        FreedomLover commented
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        Thank you!

      #7
      I just finished this knit shawlette. I usually make either triangular or crescent, but this one was kind of interesting. I will try this again, but increase/decrease two stitches per row rather than just one. This would make it more wide and less long, which I prefer. This pattern took almost 100 grams of yarn, Knit Picks Felici.

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      Kathie from Indiana

      2020 Stashbuster: WTD +2YTD + 69

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      • Char
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        This turned out very pretty!

      • knitter131
        knitter131 commented
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        Thanks!

      #8

      I just completed this shawl, a test crochet for our very own, ShawlsandDolls . A beautiful pattern using Lion Brand Mandala. Thanks for permission for me to share it here.

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      Kathie from Indiana

      2020 Stashbuster: WTD +2YTD + 69

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      • qfknit
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        Bright and cheery... makes me think of Easter!

      • lovestostitch
        lovestostitch commented
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        Beautiful!

      • knitter131
        knitter131 commented
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        Thanks 😊

      #9
      Here's a shawl I completed Wednesday. Modification of the "J J Scarfette" pattern. It has a nice textured look with eyelet rows.

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      Kathie from Indiana

      2020 Stashbuster: WTD +2YTD + 69

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        #10
        Another shawl finished. This one was a quick crochet, very simple pattern, but the colors make it pop 😊

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        Kathie from Indiana

        2020 Stashbuster: WTD +2YTD + 69

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        • DJM
          DJM commented
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          Cozy!! It worked up beautifully!!

        • lovestostitch
          lovestostitch commented
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          Very nice.

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        Dry and blocked. A few ends to weave in.
        Naperville, IL - Growing zone 5b

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        • Char
          Char commented
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          Wow - this turned out great!!!

        • DJM
          DJM commented
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          This is a great example of what blocking does to a project.

        • Kathy7661
          Kathy7661 commented
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          Very nice!

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