Now, this is really worth looking at!
Finished and sea

What's off (and on) the needles, Wibbo?

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Another Forest Canopy Shawl, this one in Trekking XXL in a pretty purple/blue/grey tweedy combination. I love this pattern (you'd never guess) - it's easy to remember, but never boring to knit. I've knitted it in cashmere oddments from Colourmart, Hand Maiden Sea Silk, Cherry Tree Hill Merino DK, Rowan Kid Classic and several sock yarns. This is my comfort knitting, perfect for whiling away the evening with a good audio book!

On the needles (apart from a couple of stalled projects) are these:

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Evelyn Clark's Seafoam Lace Scarf in Liz's hand dyed laceweight in a blue/green/turquoise colourway,

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edging for a Brighton Stitch 'n' Bitch group project in unidentified Aran yarn,

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freeform piece in crochet and knitting for Prudence Mapstone's Pink Project on Ravelry.  Oh, I'm Wibbo on Ravelry, just in case you were wondering...

Comments

Oh I love the pink piece:) I've not got there yet. So busy tidying / sorting out stuff!! and planning a quilt or two.

Wow, finished and blocked since Wednesday, very impressive and looks great.

It's not the same one, Jen! This is one I made earlier; the one you saw on Wednesday is now frogged and the yarn's back in the socks pile.... I think my head was turned by your beautiful Camelspin Swallowtail!

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