WIP - Forest Canopy Shawl

Thor's picture

Since I am almost done with the Bigfoot Shawl... I casted on the "Forest Canopy Shawl" by Susan Lawrence (I'm Knitting As Fast As I Can). I am using the Blackberry Ridge Woolen Mills, Inc (Mt. Horub, WI) Bulky Weight 75% Wool-25% Mohair blend in the handpainted Forest Floor colorway on Size 10 Addis.

The pattern itself is for a rather small (50+") shawl... but I am planning on doing at least 72" so the wearer - perhaps my sister - can wrap and snuggle on a cool autumn night!

This is such an interesting pattern. You start in the middle of the top of the shawl and work outward and down as you go. And I am loving working with high quality yarn!

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ManMadeKnits's picture

That's a wonderful colorway

That's a wonderful colorway for the shawl! Did I give you the pattern or did you pay for it?

Thor's picture

Of course, I paid for it!

Of course, I paid for it! Copywrite laws!!

(Mind you, I happen to have photocopies of it laying around, though...)

scottly's picture

It is an interesting pattern

It is an interesting pattern and the colorway is equally interesting. I can't wait to see the finished piece.

Scott

MMario's picture

Great Colourway!

Great Colourway!

TomH's picture

Looks quite lovely. Can't

Looks quite lovely. Can't wait to see the completed shawl. Does the pattern call for bulky weight yarn and #10's? Or did you choose those options to give you the final project you wanted?

Thor's picture

It calls for a much lighter

It calls for a much lighter weight yarn knitted up on US7 (if I recall) but I wanted to BULK it up and give her something warm and substantial.

jerzy pl.'s picture

jerzy pl. 'POWITANIE' for

jerzy pl.

'POWITANIE' for You (dla Ciebie rowniez)!!!
Can we comunicate in Polish!!! (To byloby fantastyczne!!! Mam mnostwo pytan do amerykanskiego "Mezczyzny Ktory Robi Na Drutach" - "ManWhoKnit")
Your new shawl is fantastic!
and very interesting stich! I have many books about knitting and I will try to find this stich with explenation.
could you make a photo of all view of your work!!!

Best regards (pozdrowienia z Krakowa)

Jerzy pl.