First of all I have to show you the yarn, because it's so pretty!
Indian handspun 100% pure silk. It's like knitting with pink butter.
Now the shawl
That's about as much as I did in the class. Only I did not knit that in the class. I ripped what I did there, there was some fudgeing and stupid corrections on that shawl, and after thinking about how the fabric looked I also felt the need to change needles.
You can also see the variegation in the yarn a bit better in this photo.
After three hours of
We headed to downtown Oslo
(Love Amy's Lexie Barnes bag)
to see the Strikknikk exhibition at the Decorative arts and design museum.
Then food at a nice little place called Bacchus
That's Theresa, trying to hide behind a nacho, Amy and Sandy.
Also I have a new little knitting bag, that I love!
Felisi is a very smart woman!
And a new work in progress that's looking like it's going to be very pretty!
My socalled scarf. There is one thing I find odd though. I'm sure I cast on 46 or 48 stitches, there are now 44 and I can not for the life of me find out where I've dropped or lost stitches. Hopefully I will not loose any more. I'm not aming for a triangular scarf!