Time for FOs

March, I have big expectations for you. How about no more winter storms and plenty of knitting time?

I finished my Oaklet shawl just in time to keep me warm during the last weeks of cold weather. This free pattern is not too complicated, yet beautiful. Love it! Details on the project page.





New shiny handspun! I am really pleased with my 464 yards of deliciously spongy BFL. I spun very thin singles and navajo-ply them to end up with fingering weight yarn. Perfect for a shawl or handspun socks.



I am working on a handspun cowl for my daughter! At almost five, she is starting to appreciate wool and handmade items. That's my girl!

Have a great weekend!









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  1. That looks great! Love that handspun yarn - beautiful!

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  2. Monica, the shawl is really beautiful - such a lovely pattern and attractive yarn.
    How wonderful that your daughter is appreciating the fiber arts :)

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    1. It is a good, free pattern! Thanks for stopping by, Sam!

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  3. That's a beautiful shawl, really love the colour.

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    1. The color did not say much in the skein but stole the show in the shawl ;-)

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  4. what a beautiful shawl! love the bit of detail with a stockinette base :) bet it was a fun knit !

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    1. it was very easy and fun to knit.

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  5. That color is gorgeous, and I love the little bit of texture at the edge. Lovely!

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