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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Shawl and a Class promo

I did not manage to get much work done on the Roman Wedding Shawl while I was on call:

Cat shown for scale. And because he is so cute.

However, since finishing ICU call last Sunday morning, I have made much progress.
Roman wedding shawl sept 10
I really should link directly to the Morning Surf Scarf pattern I guess. Although you can't go wrong checking out Random Cyn's blog.
Roman wedding sept 10 close
As written, the "seafoam" sections are separated by stockinette - I eliminated a single row so that it alternates between stockinette and reverse stockinette. I have realized that the pattern is a) very forgiving and b) a bit of a pain to frog, so I am not worried about the errors - some less obvious than others. This "no-Frog" plan has accelerated the rate at which this is shawl is growing. It actually turns out that just one skein won't be enough - so this week I picked up a second skein. I imagine that I will have enough left over to do a proper fringe on it (once I get home that is - I still am holding out hope that I can get it done in time for the wedding)

Gratuitous cute cat shot.

And for the class promo:

The lovely ladies at Passionknit are holding an inaugural Beginner Crochet Class on the last Monday in September. The class project is a Noro Granny Square in your choice of yarn. Above is a Kureyon Sock Square. Below is a Kureyon Classic Square.

The class will be held in the afternoon, and one or two spots remain. Contact Passionknit if you are interested.

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Comments on "Shawl and a Class promo"


Blogger Bezzie said ... (Fri Sep 11, 06:29:00 AM EDT) : 

That's a great idea to do a granny square out of need to change colors!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Fri Sep 11, 08:47:00 AM EDT) : 

Yay for cute cats and all assorted yarnly endeavours!


Blogger Kathy Kathy Kathy said ... (Sun Sep 13, 10:35:00 PM EDT) : 

I made a morning surf scarf and I remember how hard it was to frog. Yours is lovely and if you have the time and yarn to add fringe, it will really add to the beauty.


Blogger Kathy Kathy Kathy said ... (Sun Sep 13, 11:05:00 PM EDT) : 

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Blogger Batty said ... (Thu Sep 17, 07:48:00 PM EDT) : 

Wow, a grannie scarf as a beginner project? That's so awesome! And... I never thought I even liked grannie squares, until this Noro one. It's beautiful.

The shawl looks great too. Must have been an uneventful night at the ER.


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