Travelling Woman small shawl

This lovely shawl was designed by Liz Abinante( ), a well written pattern and a delight to knit. The yarn is 100% superwash merino Svelte Sock from Prismafiber etsy shop, the colour is Salazar, 400yd/100g, I used only about 60g. Needles were 3.75mm Knitpicks circs.

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Another beautiful shawl Kerry.

MMario's picture

Interesting shawl. Yours is much more "triangular" then many pictures I've seen, most get blocked into a very crescent shape.

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Kerry's picture

I think the ends of mine do curve up a bit but as I hadn't checked others I just blocked them straight. :)

ronhuber's picture

Kerry, I downloaded the pattern last night. Yours is so beautiful. What a wonderful colour.

crmartin's picture

Great job, the colors are great. I added it to my Ravely queue.



Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Quite beautiful, Kerry. The greens remind me of forest ferns and mosses, as well as the algae and plants you find in healthy streams. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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Kerry's picture

The greens are an almost solid emerald green with short runs of grey/taupe, I just love it. And thanks Joe and everyone else for your comments.

TomH's picture

Lovely. And great color as many have already said. Great work!

VillageKnittiot's picture

I just finished one as well. It's off the needles and on the pins. It's a great little pattern. She is also the designer of the Aeolian Shawl that I did. A lot of the repeats seemed vaguely familiar. LOVE YOURS! I did mine in a worsted merino/cashmere.

scottly's picture

So lovely, nice job!

Kilted Knitter's picture

Beautiful Shawl!! Great work! I think this is going in the ever growing project