Monday, 8 February 2016

My Blue and Pink Southbay Shawlette is finished

Hello and welcome back,

Over a week ago I had finished my latest South Bay Shawlette.

(You can read a little bit more about it in my previous post)

This one is a very large Shawl, it measures  200 cm wide x 105 cm high.

I used more than 3 x 50g Rowan Kid silk Haze Stripe yarn and 3.5 x 100g Arne and Carlos Sock yarn. It weighs approx. 507g.

It feels fuzzy and fluffy due to the high Mohair and Silk content.
It will definitely keep me very warm!

Here are the photos!

 
 
Nearly 1 m wide


Finished size - 2m wide x over 1m long
 














I'm very pleased with the result!

This is such a useful shawl pattern. Do you have a favourite crochet pattern? Or a knitted shawl pattern?

Please let me know! Looking forward to your comments!!!

16 comments:

  1. Very pretty! I like the graduated colours! xx

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  2. Thanks, Amy! Me too! It was really fun to use these two different yarns together! :) xx

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  3. Congratulations, dear Ingrid!
    I do love that colourfull shawl.
    Hugs from Portugal
    Nina

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    1. Hi Nina! Glad you like it! Thanks for stopping by! :) Hugs xx

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  4. Nicely done! And very comfortable in this size :)

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    1. Hi Lizette! It's just so incredibly cosy!!! xx

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  5. Your shawl is beautiful and I'm sure will keep you lovely and warm.

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  6. I love a big shawl not a tiny one. Yours is totally gorgeous and I can see it is so warm but light. Jo x

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    1. Yes, I totally agree with you, Jo!!! xx

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  7. Das Tuch ist wunderschön! Ich habe diese Anleitung auch schon ausprobiert und benutze sie genauso gern wie du. Tücher kann man einfach nicht genug haben, oder? Viola

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    1. Danke, Viola! Ganz genau!!!! :) xx

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  8. The colours are so pretty! That's a very popular pattern. I have never made it but it must be very adaptable.

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    1. You should definitely try it, Jodie!!! xx

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