Sunday, August 7, 2011

Shawlette in progress

I started knitting a shawlette this weekend, a shawlette is smaller than a shawl, meant to be an embellishment for the shoulders....and will keep me warm too. This pattern is Traveling Woman by Liz Abinante, a free download off of Ravelry. You can see my lifeline in at the beginning of the lace section, I'll put one in at the beginning of each repeat in the pattern as insurance. The yarn I'm using is from Lobster Pot Yarns, colorway is called Lobster Bisque. It's mostly wool with some angora and cashmere, so soft, such a pleasure to knit with. Theresa brought it back from the NE for me when I said to bring me back a lobster! What a surprise! The label says "This yarn was hand-dyed in a lobster pot and hung to dry in the salt air of Cape Cod".


  1. It's really pretty and will be rich with all the memories. I like that kind of stuff.

  2. What a pretty pattern...Glad you are liking the yarn. It does look like lobster bisque...

  3. Can't wait to see your finished shawl, it's already looking beautiful!


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