Planet Pearl Living

The flower motif shawl is done, blocked and here for the show and tell!

This project went pretty fast  and was quite easy.I do not have the book with me yet, and I figured out the pattern looking at the pictures.Its not a hard one .I think Lucy of Attic 24 started a frenzy with her beautiful use of colours for this shawl.There has been deluge of this shawl all over the web as a result

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For joining the motifs I referred to my Japanese books. Although I ‘d wanted to try joining motifs as shown in these books, I ‘d never tried it. I was blown away by how easy and quick it was ,as opposed to my regular way of joining motifs.It was exciting to learn a new way of joining motifs.

I was working from one corner to the other of the shawl.Half way through the joining of the motifs I realized that I had joined them from the other end of it, which was actually the beginning of the shawl! It still came out right . I did not have to  undo more than a couple of motifs

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Project Details:

Hook : 3.75 F

Yarn  : King Cole Riot  Shade 407 Dye 65628 (30% wool/70% Acrylic) 3 Skeins.

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The main reason for this project was the yarn. I am in love.Sure as I thought , it looks great for this pattern. Don’t you agree? This is the first time I have used this sort of self striping kind of  yarn .The last picture is the almost true colour.

I used exactly three skeins  for the 46 motifs I did.I still have three more left and I’m super excited already thinking of projects for them

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