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First Bathroom Mirror Shot

My 2nd post today (See the 1st)... I'm doing good! :D

This is a shawl I recently finished. The pattern stitch may look complicated, but this is an advanced beginner level (which I feel I am always! :D) pattern and I love it!
Sorry for the blurry photo in advance...

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"Striped Feather And Fan Shawl"
"Striped Feather and Fan Shawl" Designed by Trina Brielle
- Free Ravelry Download

I'm all ready for the fall!!!!!


lorenabr said…
Lovely :)
Mimi said…
I like your mirror shot, Chie!
Your shawl looks soft and warm :)
Chie said…
Thank you both! :)))

I'm so wearing this shawl! This color goes with almost all my wardrobe. :D
I always come here to see your news... I love your blog!!!
Kisses from Brazil
Jackie said…
I'd one mirror-image shot on Hey Teach! 2, is not easy to take a good pic. You did a good job !

Beautiful shawl, nice colour too. Bet it'll keep you warm in chill days.
Sharon said…
Hi Chie, :)) I love this pattern and I have been trying to knit this shawl, but I can't get past the 3rd row. Every time I knit the 3rd row, I never have enough stitches left at the end of the row to knit the last 4 stitches. I thought I had misread the pattern at the point where it says "yo k1 6 times, so I tried it a different way and ended up with more stitches than I need. :((( Can you help? Email me privately, ok?
Marie said…
love your blog i am so glad that I find it. I hope that you stop over at mine. :)
Wowww!! That's a really gorgeous shawl. Looks like you've used really lovely yarn too. Looks really good!
Hannah said…
Now that's one impressive piece of knitwear- Gorgeous! So elegant and cozy-looking all at once.

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