This Pebble Beach Shawl by Helen Stewart was knitted by James in 100% silk, and check out those Swarovski crystals on the cast off edge!!
This is Ben’s On the Spice Market shawl. Knitted in a gorgeous combo of Jamieson & Smith 2 ply jumper weight yarn! Nice work Ben!!
Check out Bethan’s Eyeball Shawl by Stephen West! (Usually the finished object doesn’t look back at you.) Excellent work!!
Hunter knitted this beauty with a combination of hand dyed and commercial yarns, and it is stunning!
We are halfway through Canada’s birthday summer, and is it ever going by quickly! We were talking about a Canadian summer tradition a couple of weeks ago, specifically, The Road Trip. Varying in distance, but always a great opportunity for knitting time if you’re not the driver. Of course, this segued into much discussion about …
We have a finished “Starting Point” to show you! Joji Locatelli’s insanely popular design, knitted by Cynthia, who also dyed the lime green yarn!
This week’s finished object is Annie’s “Peerie Floores” tam, in our new Jamieson & Smith 2 Ply Jumper Weight!
Which means it’s “Finished Object” time! This week, we’re pleased to show you another beautiful lace project from Justine. She knitted the Celaeno shawl, by Romi Hill, in Wollmeise Twin in the “Jacuzzi” colourway. She did such a great job, and the lucky recipient is thrilled with the results!
Our last finished object for March, and it’s a good one! This is Janette’s baby shawl. She used a vintage Shetland lace baby shawl pattern, and Wollmeise Lacegarn! Check out this close up!!
Our finished object is Judi’s Slip-Zag Cowl by Lisa Hannes! Judi modified it to make it smaller by casting on 180 stitches, and used 5 mm needles and 2 skeins of “Roslyn” from Cascade Yarns!