Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Leafprints Shawlette

After two weeks on the needles (small, very, very small..size 3 circular needles), the pretty blue Leafprints Shawlette by Anne Hanson is completed.  YEA!  (Note to self: purchased here)

The picture above shows the shawl after completing Chart A, and ready to begin Chart B.

The edging (shown above) was clever in its execution.  There was a bind off of two stitches every fourth row.

Its picture was taken this morning after being washed and blocked yesterday.  Here is the link for Soak, a product for bathing woolen objects.  It could have been further stretched since its scallops look like more of a wave than a tip.

Another note to self: ensure that at LEAST 400 yd of fiber is on hand to make this shawl.  I will make this again.

This is the Leafprints Shawlette shown on Patternfish ... that lucky mannequin.


  1. Excellente! Pretty yarn w/that marbling variegation.

  2. Very sweet, and what a pretty blue :D

  3. Oh my gosh, how beautiful! I love the way it is shown on the mannequin! GORGEOUS! Enjoy your evenin my friend, HUGS!

  4. The leafprints shawlette is beautiful. The pattern is stunning! And, Nancy, I love your poppies art. Have a very nice weekend.

  5. Beautiful! You're so talented!


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