My finished Abyssal shawl and the winner of the giveaway

Here are pictures of my finished Abyssal Shawl. I knit this with Duke Silk (Worsted weight silk) from my store, size 8 circular needles and used up just a little more than 1 skein, with fewer repeats of the feather and fan border I probably could've finished it with just 1 skein. This has not been blocked. I will block it just before I give it away, more pictures then. I love how it's turned out even without blocking. But I'm so not a shawl wearing person. So will have to figure out who it's for.





And now to announce the winner of the Banana Fiber Yarn giveaway. The winner is number 10, CrystalCat. Thank you all for participating! CrystalCat I will get in touch with you to get your mailing address.


And hey my yarn was featured in this pretty treasury!

'Sweet Summer ' by beadfreaky

A little gypsy, a little festival, a little fun :) The bright colors of summer!


Felted wool vase vessel bask...
$55.00

Amber. Dangle or chandelier ...
$28.50

Dandelion photography - Deli...
$30.00

Patchwork Owl Skirt
$60.00

Copper Coin Sunburst Pendant...
$63.00

Light Smokey Amethyst Crysta...
$24.00

Leather Peacock Feather Cuff...
$60.00

Brass Unicorn Warrior Neckla...
$15.00

Wire Sculpture. Rustic Folk ...
$85.50

Eco long boho SKIRT, clothin...
$115.00

Original Fine Art Monoprint ...
$350.00

Mint Patina bohemian Leaf ea...
$16.00

Recycled Sari Silk Yarn Yell...
$10.00

Polymer Clay Owl Earrings - ...
$21.95

Red Garnet Earrings - Lever...
$31.00

Canvas Painting: Red Orange ...
$30.00

4 comments:

  1. Love the shawl. I have just started my first -- it's actually called a "shawlette." Fun to see other people's work.

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    1. Oh yeah mine's a shawlette too I suppose. It's fun to knit them, so quick and interesting.

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    1. Yeah I like that whole gypsy theme there!

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