The Cassis Shawlette is off the needles and blocked. I made a few alterations to the pattern and am extremely pleased with the results.
The yarn is Malabrigo laceweight I purchased on clearance ages ago and can’t remember the colorway. It knits up very nicely, and I love the fuzzy halo and loft in the finished piece. The yarn is extremely soft and great to work with. I used about 3/4 of one skein for the shawlette and may make some baby booties with the remnants.
Joining Ginny for her Yarn Along today, where we share what we’re knitting and reading. This weekend I’ll be reffing a men’s derby tournament in Eugene, so today I’m trying to get caught up on house chores and snuggle time with the kids. I haven’t had much time to read, except for an hour before the kids got up this morning. I read a little further in Robert Harrison’s Gardens: An Essay on the Human Condition.
Looking forward to catching up on everyone else’s posts in the Yarn Along when I get back Sunday night.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
2 thoughts on “Cassis Shawlette”
Love the shawlette! (Auto correct wanted to say ‘spaghetti’!)
The variegated colour is gorgeous!
Very pretty shawl, the colorway is beautiful too! I love Malabrigo Lace both working and wearing 🙂
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