FO – Snowcopolypse Shawl

Well I started this shawl on the first day of Blizzard I and I completed it the first day I went back to work. Pretty fitting I’d say

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Pattern: Conifer Shawl by Kate Gagnon Osborn from Knitscene, Winter/Spring 2010
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Yarn(s): Sundara Yarn Aran Silky Merino
Colorway(s): Black Cherry
Needle(s): US 8 / 5.0 mm
Casted On: February 5, 2010
Casted Off: February 16, 2010
Modifications: none

Knitting the cables on the wrong side, at first, was tricky but I managed to follow the pattern fairly well. At first, when I completed this shawl, I thought the cables made the shawl bunch up, but blocking comes to the rescue once again!

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I loved the edge lace motif on this pattern, it was a great ending to a lovely shawl. I might even want to make another shawl only a little bigger. For now, I will enjoy this one, made out of a lovely Sundara wool/silk blend.You can always count on knitters to be productive, even during a horrible snow storm. :-)

Up next, the Starlight Starbright cardigan. I need to sew one more sleeve in and do a border then I have one more WIP complete for the Ravelympics.

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