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domenica 12 luglio 2009

new pattern - mormor's shawl

For my Swedish grandmother I designed a new shawl, that I have called Mormor's Shawl. (Mormor in Swedish means grandmother).
I used a yarn that I had dyed with my daughters, knowing that she will enjoy the thought of it. It is nice to think that she will be wearing it very soon, a beautiful lady with white hair and deep blue eyes. A very special woman:)














To test the pattern I used the beautiful Adde-long I had used for the Revontuli, but since I did not have enough yarn I made a smaller version which will work very well this winter as a scarf.




1 commento:

  1. ciao
    questo scialle è bellissimo, ho preso il tuo tutorial e l'ho quasi finito.
    Forse sbaglio, ma mi pare che nella versione in italiano manchi 1 maglia gettata al 7 ferro (capisco poco le spiegazioni in inglese ma mi pare che lì ci sia)
    Poi devo fare il bloccaggio?

    ciao e graze mille

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