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A journal of my knitting projects and experiences.


Thursday, May 26, 2005

The Return of the Flower Basket Shawl

I did some work tonight on the Flower Basket Shawl. I just love Evelyn Clark's patterns. I hope she will put out a book soon. I didn't have a lot of time to knit tonight, so I was only able to do about 5 rows, but the good news is I think I figured out why I was having problems. I was just not paying attention to the yarn overs, I think I was trying to correct them thinking they were a mistake. So basically I wasn't paying attention to the pattern or what I was doing. Here is a picture of my progress so far -

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It is bigger than it looks as it tends to curl up on circular needles. I will probably make it larger than the pattern calls for it to be as I want it to be the size of a regular shawl. It's a lot of fun when you pay attention to what you are doing.


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