Thursday, 12 April 2012

Green Is For Hope

And this time my hope is that I can manage not to knit another of these shawls. This is the fourth in the same yarn. And the tenth from the same pattern. I could not come up with a nice name for it. Just number ten.

Anyway, I like these shawls so much. Warm, soft and large.

Maybe a blue one - for next winter. I should wait until autumn before starting. Maybe, or not or whatever....

I moderated the pattern so I increase 4 stitches on each row after there are about 160 stitches on my needles.

That makes a wide wingspan and the shawl do not get too deep. As before this is knitted with interchangeable needles with a 10mm and a 4mm needle.

I love the pattern and the outcome of the shawls I knitted from the german pattern. I use them a lot.

Knitting should be fun and this is sure so much fun that I could not stop knitting them. All we knit is love and shawls.

The Stitch Story
Yarn: 6 skeins of Mitu and 2.5 skeins of Plum from Rauma
Needles: Interchangeable with one 4mm and one 10mm needle
Size: 235 x 64 cm
PatternSchultertuch
Other materials: Handmade glass beads, commercial beads
Ravelry linkNumber Ten

I have the jewelry to go with the shawl. Handmade pendant and ring in polymer clay. 

13 comments:

  1. Sikke en lækker farve du har strikket sjalet i og super smukke perler

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    1. Tusind tak Gitte - ja, det var lidt spænnende med den farve. Men det blev faktisk fint!!

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  2. beautiful as always - and i can see why you are attached to the pattern! your beads and jewelry are always inspiring...

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  3. Jeg tror jammen et slikt skal få være med som togstrikk! Vi skal en snartur til Mandal snart, og skal ta toget i et døgn = må ha noe å henge fingrene i.

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    1. Så utrolig gøy!!! Si ifra om du vil ha oppskriften!! Det hadde vært gøy med strikkekafé når du kommer - vet du når det blir??

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  4. How cozy you must feel all wrapped in your shawl! It is beautiful, and I can see when you love making them. Of course, now you have to make polymer clay jewelry to go with all of them!!!

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    1. Thank you Debbie - I know.... But yet a great excuse to make more jewelry... LOL!!

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  5. Vakreste flaggermus-prosjekt jeg har sett!! <3
    Det er så herlig å se at du produserer og skaper, og jeg håper DET er bra på alle måter!;)

    Nydelige du :)

    KlemM med kjærlighet

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    1. Tusen takk Marit Rakel - så utrolig koselig melding!!!!! Stor klem!!!

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  6. Lone, you are one styling lady!! I truly love everything you make!! Keep going my friend ;o)

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  7. I still love this shawl pattern, I think it's awesome :-)
    And the jewellery is... well just awesome too, the word become is so suitable
    Happy weekend!

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