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Sunday, April 24, 2005

Seraphina Takes Flight!

I'm pretty excited - my Seraphina Shawl is done! For me, it's a record, especially considering how much ripping back I did on this project. I added some braided ties to it though the way this
hangs over the shoulders they were probably not needed. I love it!
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I made this as a shorter "working" version similar to the one that Doni mentioned in her pattern write-up. For this particular yarn, I didn't feel a longer version would be good, it's a heavy material as it is. I used Red Heart Casual Cot'n for this in the color Spice. This one is more reminiscent of an Autumn day, and I expect that is when I will get my most wear out of this shawl.

But since we're having unseasonably cool weather here, I figure I'll take advantage of it and wear this tomorrow before I set it aside for my summery things.

I definitely plan to make more of these shawls, in fact my next planned one will be made using the KnitPicks Shimmer laceweight in the color Morning Mist, as soon as I finish up on some other projects. I antipate the next shawl to go much easier now that I have the pattern down and - keeping fingers crossed! - won't be making so many dumb mistakes.


  • At 1:02 AM, Blogger Marvie said…

    Just gorgeous!! I've made three of them so far and have had thoughts of a lighterweight summer one for a while now.... just have to find the right yarn for that =) I found once I got through the first half of the first shawl it just flew by, and subsequent ones went pretty quickly. I added buttons to mine, it does lay beautifully and stays put if you're sitting still or not moving around too much... but I was wearing mine all day long over the winter and I got tired of having to hold onto it when I was doing things lol.

    Anyway, great job, lovely color! Congratulations =)

  • At 7:50 AM, Blogger Sara said…

    You did a great job!! I really want to make one, but I'm trying to take care of UFO's! Darn that crochetville! LOL!


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