Thursday, June 07, 2012

Juneberry Triangle

I've been busy...

Juneberry Triangle Shawl

I finished a Juneberry Triangle for J's mom. She has spent quite a while hinting--not subtly, either--that she would love it if I were to knit her something. When I gave her the finished shawl, she looked at it and asked, "Is this something you made?" I told her it was, and the reaction was priceless: "ALL RIGHT!" She was pretty jazzed about it. She's keeping proudly displayed on the back of her favorite living room chair.

All the different lace patterns kept this project very interesting and challenging. Paying attention to the pattern was key. No working on Juneberry during Game of Thrones!

Juneberry Triangle Shawl

The yarn is some Elsebeth Lavold Cotton Patine that has been in my stash pretty much forever. I was thrilled to finally find a use for it.

And look, I even did all of the bobbles:

Juneberry Triangle Shawl  

The ones on the edging too:

Juneberry Triangle Shawl

I may have to make one for myself one of these days!

1 comment:

Theresa said...

It's so beautiful! And how awesome is her response?! Definitely sounds knit worthy.