Chrissie delivers another great beginner's piece, with a nice introduction to nupps. Smooth, silky Delicato is perfect for a light-weight wrap that floats on a breeze. There is enough yardage to make the wrap several repeats longer. Shown here in Sagebrush.
Me, the queen of shawl pins, forgot to take one with me to close the vest.
This is Honey Baby.
Baby’s first shawl—a soft, magical square, worked in the round from the center out in lace patterns suggesting a field a-buzz with bees and grasses. Worked in washable fingering wool, this piece is as sturdy as it is pretty and practical to use at home or when traveling.
Substituting yarn and/or needles will result in an overall variation in size.
I don't have any knitting to report. The hockey was very exciting last night and I dropped the needles to watch. Three overtime games in one evening is great but two at the same time makes viewing hard.