Cherry Leaf Shawl Happy Dance!

Cherry Leaf Shawl from Victorian Lace Today. Knit with 1 and 2/3 balls Mini Maiden by Hand Maiden – 50% silk 50% wool – 500 m per 100 gram ball. Done Nov. 21, 2007.  I used one full ball for the body, and 2/3 of the other for the knit on lace edging.
11-cherry-leaf-shawl-body.jpg lace edging and body
11-cherry-leaf-shawl-corner.jpg turning the point
111_1194.jpg along one edge
111_1195_r1.jpg half way
111_1196.jpg the full shawl

I am beyond words……

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16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Susan
    Nov 22, 2007 @ 17:36:18

    AMAZING!!! I wish I could do work like that!!

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  2. Seahorse
    Nov 23, 2007 @ 13:36:41

    Stunning!!!

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  3. Leigh
    Nov 24, 2007 @ 12:39:15

    It’s just gorgeous!!

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  4. kajsa
    Nov 24, 2007 @ 18:32:30

    That is gorgeous Kathy!

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  5. Kathy A
    Nov 24, 2007 @ 23:03:57

    What a gorgeous shawl!! Beautiful work

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  6. Monique
    Nov 25, 2007 @ 16:20:25

    Oh my gosh, that is incredible… beautiful!

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  7. Marianne
    Nov 26, 2007 @ 21:13:27

    Kathy that is beautiful!

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  8. manu
    Nov 30, 2007 @ 22:21:21

    wow, wonderful…..hugs manu

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  9. Pauline
    Dec 01, 2007 @ 14:49:04

    s-p-e-e-c-h-l-e-s-s

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  10. Lynette
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 17:30:16

    I love the shawl. I know it is too late to join, but would you please tell me where I can buy the pattern and the yarn?

    Thank you very much,
    Lynette

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  11. Lynette
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 21:58:07

    I found the pattern in the Victorian Lace Today book. I believe I can purchase the yarn from Pick Up Sticks. Please tell me the name (color) of the yarn.

    Thank you,
    nette2760@sbcglobal.net

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  12. dragonxser
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 22:10:05

    thanks everyone 🙂 Lynette – the yarn is by Fleece Artist – it is Mini Maiden from their Hand Maiden line – and the color is peridot. I hope you enjoy knitting your shawl as much as I enjoyed knitting mine!

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  13. Jacqueline
    Dec 09, 2007 @ 00:42:37

    I love that shawl. I have been trying to decide on one to knit, you may have just made up my mind… You did a wonderful job on it. What part of southern Alberta are you from? I’m in Calgary.

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  14. dragonxser
    Dec 12, 2007 @ 16:44:45

    welcome Jacqueline! I hope you enjoy knitting this one as much as I did! We are in Lethbridge – just 2 hours south 🙂

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  15. Tanya
    Jan 17, 2008 @ 15:52:18

    Very beautiful!

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  16. Linda
    Mar 05, 2008 @ 07:32:27

    I was wondering about blocking. Your shawl is beuatiful and I was considering – have started, actually, the diamond fantasy shawl using the same yarn. I love the feel of the yarn but wondered how hard it is to block to shape. Is it more like wool in that it takes and holds shape nicely or does it want to revert to it’s more relaxed state? thanks for your input.

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