potterdc's picture

I'm working on Stephen West's Boneyard Shawl (with a little help from WillyG!). Since I'm still healing from a Very Bad Case of tennis/knitting elbow, I'm figuring it all out in Portuguese knitting, which means I had to figure out the M1 right and the M1 left, which I ended up doing a lifted increase to the right (and to the left). I'm using Blue Ridge Yarn's handpainted Cotton Candy, which is amazing - the real thing is just as bright and luminous as the pic. I'll post more pics when I'm done.

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Kerry's picture

Boneyard is a great pattern,

Boneyard is a great pattern, I love it and his Daybreak as well.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

What an eye-popper! Lots of

What an eye-popper! Lots of luck on working out a way to knit without discomfort. I have to watch myself so it doesn't flare up my wrists. Pretty good, so far, on the left hand [my dominant one] but if I knit right handed, the wrist sure lets me know it. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

QueerJoe's picture

I love Boneyard (kinda love

I love Boneyard (kinda love Stephen West), and it will look spectacular in this yarn colorway. Can't wait to see the final result.

Craig's picture

Great colours, whenyou find

Great colours, whenyou find a pain free way of knitting let me know, i am in the same boat at the moment.

rc_in_sd's picture

Yum - luminous indeed! I

Yum - luminous indeed! I hope you find a technique that lets you knit pain-free.