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twitKAL

A couple of weeks ago; Spazzy came up with the idea that we should have another twitter KAL.

We all voted on a list of patterns, Traveling Woman won and we cast on on Wednesday.

I finished today.

It’s ok, but it’s very small. It’s less than a metre deep which makes it more of a scarf than a shawl – but I’m sure it’ll get plenty of use.

Pattern: Traveling Woman
Source: Feministy
Yarn: The Knitting Goddess Sock Yarn in A Fine Goddess
Time: 27-01-10 – 30-01-10

3 comments to twitKAL

  • WonderWhyGal

    I can't believe you already finished your shawl. I am amazed at how quickly people knit. I am still working on the same project I started a week ago and it's a hat which I've torn out 3 times now. Your shawl is beautiful!

  • Karmawitch

    Looks Lovely, I need to dig mine out and get going on it! Will also try to find you on Twitter !!

  • Darcie

    Very, very pretty! That is a pattern that I had earmarked for a shawl for myself.

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