In September of last year, I knit the Milkweed shawlette, and I found a new love. This knitting craving goes well with my fingering weight stash, and the end result is a little touch of girly without being a full on shawl. Best of all, it’s faster than a pair of socks and makes a great gift!
Which is why I’ve knitted a couple of shawlettes lately. First off, Damson:
Pattern: Damson by Ysolda Teague
Yarn: Zen Yarn Garden Serenity Sock in Gold Dynasty
I’ve had this yarn hanging around from the Woolgirl sock club for a while, and when I decided to knit a shawlette for someone who loves fall colors I figured this was the right yarn.
Unfortunately, for some reason I ran out of yarn quite a bit before the end. I checked and double-checked my gauge, but I’m really not sure why. (I also foolishly ignored the comments of another Raveler who had run out of yarn using this same kind.) Luckily I was rescued by someone else with the same yarn and was able to finish the shawl! I’ve already picked out yarn for my Damson, one with lots of yardage. 😉
Then I knit Multnomah as yet another gift shawlette:
Pattern: Multnomah by Kate Elsa
Yarn: Yarn Daze Sock in Snoopy Pirate
I have a couple more on the needles for me, but first I feel the need to knit some socks…