Sunday, January 13, 2013

Autumn Estonian Jewel (When yarn and pattern collide)






As promised, here are a few pictures of my shawl now that it's dry. It's the Estonian Jewel pattern by Beatrice Olsson and she is not kidding when she says you have to block it hard sideways so it will hang nicely when it's on. Most of the examples of this shawl are in solid colors on Ravelry but I think it looks pretty nice with the changes in color.  Also I have spun one of my first "gradient" yarns as part of the Knit Girllls SAL  I have spun one other gradient  prior to this out of a  bullseye Loop batt but I'm still knitting on that project. I will post a picture when I'm done with that one (it's not a lace project). This particular yarn is a 2 ply from roving purchased from Fiber Optics Yarns in the Rouge-Violet-Cerulean Gradient.  As usual, I have no clue what I will do with this yarn.  It's so very vivid that I'm not sure what would work the best. 
That's it for now. I have a few other projects that have been just sitting there waiting to be finished. I always slow down in the Winter even though California weather is very mild compared to the rest of the states.  Until later!

6 comments:

Taxastrikkeren said...

Thank you for blogging your beautyfull work again.

Gitte from Denmark

fleegle said...

As always, stunning!

Lisbeths verden said...

OMG so lovely. I follow your blog :)
All the best, Lisbetth

Jane said...

Dear Taxastrikkeren,

I have not had much to post but will post a few of the quick projects :-)

Jane said...

Dear fleegle,

Thank you! I'm not as prolific this last year but hope my knitting picks up this year.

Jane said...

Dear Lizbeths,

I'm glad you enjoy the blog posts. I'm not posting as much as before but will be posting some of the smaller projects soon.