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Wing of the Moth! Blocked!

You all came here today for photos of the finished Wing of the Moth Shawl, right? Well. Never let it be said that I disappoint my readers.


Oh. That’s not what you had in mind. So sorry. Truly, I submit that photo as proof that the shawl was worn to dinner on my birthday. It’s also proof that Sam Adams Oktoberfest 2006 has arrived. Woot! Sadly, there are no other modeled shots, for various reasons including photographer availability, weather, and general laziness. You’ll have to be satisfied with these.


Here’s the specs because I know someone will ask.
Pattern: Anne’s Wing of the Moth Shawl
Yarn: JaggerSpun Zephyr Wool Silk in Charcoal
Needles: Addi Size 3
Started August 25, 2006 and finished September 20, 2006. Before Cheryl. Just saying.

The Twin Leaf pattern is my favorite part.

Then again, I love this Corona Edging.

Honestly, though. This one is my favorite photo of the bunch.

Happy now?

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  1. Wow! It is stunning. You did a fantastic job on it. (And a happy belated birthday – I’m slow as usual, what can I say?)

  2. Your shawl is a show stopper ! wow.
    and it sounds like the Knit Out was a blast. Amazing that it wasn’t cold enough to wear Moth – but never fear, I think that weather is coming soon..
    I’d be trying to bring winter on early if I had just finished a gorgeous shawl like that 🙂

  3. oh, yes…………..gorgeous! I’m on the twin leaf pattern, and am adding a few crystal beads…it is for a wedding, after all. Needed some bling.

    It is a great pattern, isn’t it?

  4. Carole, it is stunning! I have to say I like it so much better in zephyr than in mohair. So much so, that I may just have to break down and give it a try. How many yards did it take to finish?

    Lovely…..and I love the Beer shot..haha!

  5. Ok it’s beyond gorgeous – it’s freaking breathtaking and I LOVE it in black = the color is awesome – looks beautiful.

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