I don't like my photos, Noro is hard to photograph accurately
This is not the typical shawl size. It's pretty small. I'm not sure if I would even call it a shawlette, but I did leave off the ruffle which would have made it a tad bit bigger. I only used one skein of Noro and didn't want to use more... me being lazy and wanting to finish.
I do like the colors, and this Noro is much easier to work with. It's the Silk Garden Sock.
I found the pattern on Ravelry of course. Click here if you're interested in making one.
Now I'm working on something crocheted, but I can't share what it is just yet. I have a deadline that's way too close... so I need to get to it.
Have a great week!
Your shawl is beautiful. It's always a pleasure to see what you're up to.ReplyDelete
It is gorgeous and will look beautiful wrapped around your neck. Love it.ReplyDelete
The colours in this are gorgeous. It looks perfect for cool summer evenings.ReplyDelete
Love the color combination!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors--I love that pop of blue! (And the name...) ~ ZoeReplyDelete
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Gorgeous colorway ♥ReplyDelete
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Wow! What a gorgeous color combinationReplyDelete
Awesome tutorial! Crochet lovers ask about it here: http://crochet.diysmartly.com/forum/ReplyDelete
It would make a cute scarf if it's too small for a shawl. I've not used Noro before, I keep eyeing it off though! I will get to it eventually ;) The colourway is just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
The shawl looks amazing! The stripes make the colors contrast in a pleasant way. I would love to learn how to do it. Thanks for all of the tutorials you share! They are so helpful! I like also the effortless cowl pattern. It seems easy. I shared it with my writer at http://essaykings.me/, and she liked it very much.ReplyDelete