Ready for the border

Finished Object – Vertices Unite

hercules bicycle dating Hello, I am not sure which I prefer, starting a project or finishing a project.  I am going to try and finish a couple of projects before the school summer holiday starts. This weekend I completed knitting my Vertices Unite shawl designed by Stephen West.  I wanted to make this shawl because it has a number of different techniques that I haven’t done many times before, such as i-cord bind off, shaping, short rows and picking up stitches. I cast on this project just before travelling to Edinburgh for the weekend in May,  I managed to make a big dent in section 1 whilst I was away.  The pattern gives you two size options, I decided to challenge myself and make the larger size.

Section 1
Section 1 is massive

opzioni binarie per negati I have never managed to make such a large knitted item before so I thought it would take me much longer to finish….if I ever did 🙂

Finpecia 1mg vs 1mg The pattern requires 5 colours, I chose to use Opal yarns in three solid colours, black, white and pink.  The other two colours were Opal style – Auffallig 9540 and Opal – 9481.

opcje binarne czy mozna na tym zarobic site rencontre islam Ready for the border

Ready for the border
Ready for the border I really enjoyed knitting the i-cord bind off and it was so exciting seeing the shawl emerge off the needles.

source site enter The finished object…

Finished Vertices Unite
Finished Vertices Unite

source link The shawl is taller then me 🙂

I am certainly going to be warm this winter.

Louise x


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