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27 february, 2007


In part 2 of my 3 day swatch, I knit the body of my mini Orenburg shawl along with the side borders.  The instructions called for a garter stitch body, but I couldn't resist throwing in a few stitch patterns from the book's Stitch Dictionary.  Tomorrow I get to turn the corners and knit the final border.  Hey, this is fun!

Yarn: Lorna's Lace's sock yarn in cream
Needles: US 2
Stitch: 3 stitch patterns used in the body -- from bottom to top: Peas, Mouse Prints, and Honeycomb
Source: "A Sample Shawl to Knit" from The Gossamer Webs Design Collection, page  5.   Stitch patterns from the Stitch and Border Dictionary in the same book, page 13, 15, & 14

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Comments

Looks great! I'm going to have to learn how to do this too someday. How can I resist stitch patterns called peas and mouse prints?

I like how this type of shawl is knit all at once with the edging.

Posted by: Brenda | Feb 28, 2007 10:59:05 AM

I am loving every swatch you make! I just had to go back to the beginning to catch up. I especially like your free-form short row log cabin swatches.

Posted by: Kim | Feb 28, 2007 5:05:48 PM

looks like diagonals, mouse prints and honeycomb, though from the little you've done it might be peas. is that right?

Posted by: callie | Feb 28, 2007 5:15:50 PM

guess not. hmm, i've done honeycomb and it looked different, but i used the hexagonal cluster from the book. close though, considering i don't have the book in front of me

Posted by: callie | Feb 28, 2007 5:17:30 PM

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