Okay, so I haven't posted any knitting in a while. I swear I have been knitting daily. Really. I'm not kidding you.
Posting here -- well, that's another thing. I've got a few baby gifts in the works that I can't show just yet because they are gifts.
Then there's the hanky I posted last week. That's for a wedding coming up, but it's not really a surprise.
Then there's the sweater I made for Teva Durham's next book. That's a secret project I cannot share; but it's lacy. That's all I can tell you!
However, I have no excuse for not posting about this shawl sooner. My knitting pal Bill was going to visit his daughter. He's a great costumer and knows quite a bit about knitting, but he didn't think he would be able to complete this shawl in time to bring it as a gift for her birthday.
At first I was a little hesitant about the woolly yarn, but Bill loved the color and thought it would be perfect for his daughter. Also, he thought she would appreciate a warmer shawl.
He was right. It just goes to show, a good design is a good design. The Paisley Long Shawl looks great in laceweight linen or in heavier wool. It's a winner, either way, in my book.
It took me a little over a month complete it.