14 June 2007

Borders

9 comments:

KarenK said...

It's so beautiful, and I'm sure that *one more* repeat will make it the perfect size. And I think you may be surprised how much it will soften up in a Eucalan (or Kookabura) bath.

MaryjoO said...

Hi Irie -- can you be more specific about the yarn -- scratchy or "thick" ... I need to order some yarn for vacation project and was thinking about this ... and Addi needles? I have to keep my luggage light but can get some stuff sent in advance tee hee hee! I am back home after London arm surgery and hope to finish the grapevine socks this weekend! Maryjo

Jeanne said...

I have a shawl that my mother made for me in this yarn, and I love it. And crunchy is the right word for it. Beautiful shawl - I think one more repeat is perfect!

N. Maria said...

Well, I liked the picture from the book of The Faux Russian Stole from A Gathering of Lace..........until.......I saw yours.
It's perfect.
It's stunning.
I also wish I knew how to do podcast!

Mia said...

Pretty!!!! We can always send you more sock yarn if you run out..... Let me know and I will be happy to send you some. I have a skein of Tofutsies you can have.

Jenneke said...

Running out of sockyarn? I'm affraid I don't quite understand what that means :) The shawl is absolutely growing up to be a lovely woman, so to speak. It's beautiful!

Robin said...

What a beautiful shawl! I love the rustic look the yarn gives it. Yum. Can your hubby send you some stash yarn while you are in Vancouver??

Acornbud said...

Your stole is so pretty. Make another!

Cecilia said...

That is a beautiful lace pattern. Really gorgeous. I can see why you don't want it to end.