Friday, October 12, 2007

Back to knitting


Here is my progress to date on my Woodland Shawl. To recap: yarn is Cherry Tree Hill Supersock in teal green; needle is 3.75mm; free pattern is fabulous. I'm using two skeins (800+ yards) for maximum wrapability. The arrow shows where I attached the second skein.

15 comments:

Stacey said...

that is going to be amazing!!!! i made some socks out of the turquoise color - it is beautiful!

Andrea said...

I love that carpet :D

Veronique said...

And the reverse looks cool too! Looks like it's going to be a nice, big wrap once you block it.

pamela wynne said...

that color is just stunning -- and, like V said, both sides are lovely!

kaoticorchid said...

Wow-that color is absolutely amazing! So pretty!

JustApril said...

Very pretty! I like the back as much as the front =)

jane said...

oooo....that looks very lovely and cosy.

Miss Twiss said...

The girl who sews, has the newer clothes! I love it!

We saw, Georgie James, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, Hot Springs, some stoner rock in someone's apartment (slache) gallery on the Main and Prince Arthur, and then Jay Reatard, at 2am!

Oh, you Montrealers are such a bunch of crazy partiers. People from the capital can't take it.

maitai said...

what a beautiful color! i like it even better than the original!

K. said...

Ooooh now that looks wrappable and warm!!!

Sarah said...

Oooh, it's lovely! I fondled that very same yarn (same colour too!) yesterday!

Anonymous said...

You mentioned earlier that you have never been drawn to teal before but the hands in your masthead are telling me otherwise. Or is it just my monitor?

grace

heather said...

fantastic - looks like it is a good match of yarn + pattern, good luck with the finish!

molly! said...

Oooh, looks like it will be a nice cozy wrap. I like that color a lot.

And happy birthday!! (thanks ravelry).

anotherandrea said...

Oh! I've been reading your blog for a while but haven't come out of lurking. But I have to say, that color and pattern together look terrific! I just want to dive into it.