Completed Triangular Summer Shawl

Well, I'm proud to say that the Triangular Summer Shawl from Nancy Bush's Estonian Lace book is now finished! Despite a few troubles early on with dumb mistakes like dropped stitches, one too many or one too few stitches, etc (all my doing, not the pattern), things evened out nicely and I ended up really liking the pattern. Here are some pictures of the final product!

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Slipped Stitch's picture

Very cool and well done!!



Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Very nice work, Ken. Even with all of the nupps. You have every right to feel proud - it is gorgeous. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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Kerry's picture

Stunning shawl Ken, those nupps can be a real challenge. You are right to feel proud of your achievement.

MitchPR08's picture

This is gorgeous!!! Right now Im working on Queen Annes Lace by MMario then after that im going back to this book...Ive already decided to do the Crown Prince!!!! But great job on this beautiful shawl!!!

KenInMaine's picture

Thanks so much. Funny, but I already have my next two shawls picked out, both from Nancy's book, and the Crown Prince will be the second of those two!

Bill's picture

Nancy Bush is teaching a class on Estonian lave at Lacis later this fall...looking forward to it...

MMario's picture

Nice Nupps!

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philvm's picture

What a JOB....

sorry for my english... normally I speak French...

chipsir's picture

This really is nice, I still have not mastered the nupps!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well done indeed. I have the book but just don't seem to have the time, do really like the Crown Prince

TheKnittingMill's picture

This is a beautiful shawl! You did a fantastic job!!! I love Estonian lace and I'm a big fan of Nancy Bush's book.

The Knitting Mill

Masala's picture

Ken, so very beautiful! I simply do not have the patience to do that work. I am looking forward to enjoy seeing the next projects! Sid