Finished Object

100_2239_2 100_2245  This week’s only finished object is the Spring Things Shawl, finally!  I’m so happy to have it done, and I am in love with it!  I don’t think I made any mistakes, and I had a relatively easy time knitting it, hardly any tinking had to be done.  I did this one without nupps and with beads, but I think on the next one I do I will do nupps instead of beads.  I got the beads from earth faire, the ones I used came from the bead set for the Winter’s Eve socks I did a while ago.  Anyway.  The shawl ended up a little small, but I am happy with it – blocking size is about 50" x 28", so it will be a nice shoulder shawl.100_2241

  • Pattern – Spring Things Shawl by Susan Lawrence
  • Yarn – Jaeggerspun Zephyr
  • Needles – US Size 4
  • Took me – I lost track, but I’m guessing about a month
  • Comments – Once again Susan has given us a fabulous pattern, what more can I say?!
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  1. It’s beautiful!! Love the color and it looks light and airy…perfect for summer wearing.

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  2. wow! Its beautiful.. I’m working on lace right now and really understand how much work that shawl was!

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  3. I love that pattern. Yours is tres nice. I’m still working on Forest Canopy but keep getting distracted by SOCKS. Dang. Gotta get with the program.

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  4. Beautiful, Lauren! I’m wearing mine in the office right now — it’s so dang cold in here with the AC.

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  5. How pretty! I actually like the size. It seems more manageable. Amazing job!

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  6. That is just a beautiful shawl! I love the pattern, and you did such a nice job, especially with the blocking. Those are great points!

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