It’s Friday and I have an FO that has me bursting with happiness. My Kindness KAL 2019 shawl is off the blocking mats ready for a close up!
Pattern: Kindness KAL 2019 shawl by Jaala Spiro
Yarn: Hedgehog Fibers Merino DK in Ink and Salty Tales
Needle: US 7
Mods: Added 12 garter eyelet grows in the final section before the bind off to use up my skein of blue yarn.
It really just looks so good no matter how you twist it! I think it looks gorgeous all laid out. But it also looks amazing wrapped around your neck with all the color and texture changes.
I ended up using basically a full skein of the Ink (blue) and 90% of the Salty Tales (grey speckle). This means this shawl consumed 409 yarns of DK weight yarn and weighs about 215 grams. It will be soooooo warm and smooshy this next winter!
I really gave this shawl a good stretching and my finished dimensions ended up being 41 inches by 56 inches and 23 inches deep at the point. I have a full skein of the Ink leftover and I think I’m going to see what matching accessories I can eek out of that to go with this shawl!
Beautiful! I like the color combo and the varied texture so much.
It looks great!
Amazing. Love the colours you selected.
that looks amazing. I cant wait to start one for me
Wow! I love the colors and how they work together!
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I started this over the weekend. I was having so much trouble with the make one, I changed it to another yaron over. Will post a pic of it
I bet it will be gorgeous!
thanks, will get a couple of pics up soon
I mentioned you in one of my blogs. https://cricketswooldiary.wordpress.com/2019/07/09/my-version-of-the-kindness-kal/
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