My Holden Shawlette is finished!
I am so pleased with how this has knitted up and the way that the colours look in the edging.
I needn’t have worried about the unevenness of the stitches either, as they all evened out perfectly with blocking.
Despite feeling bored with this project earlier, I really enjoyed finishing it off and I am really chuffed with the result 🙂
The pattern is well written and includes written directions and charts (I love charts, but they don’t suit everyone, so it’s great to have both options), and the corners of the shawl are well thought out, so the edging pattern doesn’t stop abruptly when it reaches them.
Did I mention how much I love the colours?
If you fancy making a Holden Shawlette by Mindy Wilkes you can download the pattern for free on Ravelry. There are over 5000 projects for this pattern on Ravelry, so there’s lots of inspiration for different yarns to try. I used Jillybean Supersock in the ‘Lola’ shade which is 100% BFL and blocks out nicely, but a drapey yarn with silk in would be beautiful.
Once again thank you to Helen and Steve for the gift of this yarn 🙂 I enjoyed knitting it up!
So now for an update on the WIP (works in progress) count!
No. of WIPs before:
Unknown (I’m not going to excavate the whole stash just to find them!), ok so there are about seven that I can think of, but there’s probably more lurking somewhere.
No. of WIPs now (assuming I really did have 7 to begin with):
5 (I’ve finished another, but more of that next time)
No. of FOs (Finished objects):
2 (including the one I’ve not shown you yet!)
The WIP Amnesty continues……have you finished anything recently?
All photographs Copyright Charlotte Walford 2013