Thursday, September 07, 2006

Print o' the Wave

Pattern: Eunny Jang, available here.
Yarn: Jaggerspun Zephyr, Indigo, less than 2 skeins (I estimate less than 1000 yds)
Needles: US 4 Inox

Even with all the problems I had with this pattern, I am very pleased with the final results. The Zephyr is really a special yarn, too. I wore it to a wedding this weekend and hope to have some action shots eventually. (My mother doesn't have a good digital camera yet and relies on her nearly 30-year-old SLR.)

After spending the long weekend in Tennessee, I'm off for the rest of this week. I'm trying to do some cleaning and organizing, while working on spinning and knitting projects that have been abandoned. I also started the Swallowtail Shawl in KnitPicks Alpaca Cloud (after a failed start in Seasilk) and swatched for the Ram's Horn Jacket from Knitting Nature. I have a bit of a plan for the Seasilk, but I'm going to finish the Swallowtail Shawl first.

I'll blog more about the short trip and more happenings later! A weekend of socializing makes me less talkative.


Laura said...


I miss you in chat. Please come back.

zibibbo said...


Gorgeous project and rockin' photos.

Complimenti, beautiful work!

Theresa said...

YAY VAL! That is SO gorgeous! Now I'm even more tempted. Sooooo gorgeous. Congratulations! :-)

jpknits said...

Lovely work!

mikomiao said...

beautiful, just beautiful! :-) and zephyr is lovely to work with isn't it.

Susann said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

glittrgirl said...

That's beautiful. I am on the edging of mine and very glad I am you pointed out the mistake in the pattern! Your's looks gorgeous. I love the colour. I hope mine looks as nice when it's done.

Amanda said...

That looks really great -- quite lovely.

Sarah said...


I love it!

That is a seriously lovely shawl!

Wear it with pride!

MBT said...

Lovely job - that is one of the patterns I was considering for my waiting cone of Zephyr so thanks for the photos and the comments.

Sourire11 said...


btw...we have the same blogger template :-)

bradyphrenia said...

ooh gorgeous! i love the dark blue.