Here it is!!!
This is my latest lace piece. It's MMario's Queen Anne's Lace shawl. This was an absolute JOY to knit. The pattern is very well written and very easy to follow. I was particularly pleased with how easy it was to "read" the stitches below as you go along to make sure you're at the right place at the right time with each repeat of the pattern. I started this right around the beginning of April and finished knitting it this past Tuesday. I blocked it on Thursday night. I had to pull another rug next to my usual "blocking rug" to have enough room for it. I haven't measured it, but as you can see from the photos it's ample sized.
The yarn is Harrisville "New England Shetland" in the lilac colorway and it was knit on size 9 needles. I used seven full skeins and a bit of the eighth to do the last purl round and the bind off. It took me just about two hours to bind off as per the pattern.
The ladies at my LYS (Trumpet Hill Fine Yarns and Accents) talked me into entering this at the Altamont Fair in August and the New York State Sheep And Wool Festival in October.