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Toddler Knit Shawl/Adult Scarf....so pretty*pic* ......................... Oregon 14226 posts
7th Feb '13

I have thoroughly impressed myself once again.



So this time, as to not encounter a problem, I matter of factly, emailed my SIL in January and told her to pick out 2 skeins of recycled lace weight yarn that could be wound together.



She picked out this coral/salmon 100% cashmere as her favorite choice.



This time I didn't give her an option for a pattern.



I found a nice pattern on ravelry, and knit a "shawlette" a mini shawl. So it would fit my niece for her 2nd birthday in March, and then momma could possibly use it as a scarf if she'd like.



And I must say, off the model, not so impressive. But my daughter sold it. I can't post it to FB because then everyone will see it and I want it to be a surprise so here it is.



So pretty.
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The ends just need to be weaved in and it's finished. My daughter is a 3t/4t and my niece is about 24mo/2t, so I think it will be perfect.

existentialism 2 kids; Texas 16990 posts
7th Feb '13

Nice job, that looks great!

r a b b i t ™ Somewhere, US, United States 27547 posts
7th Feb '13

That is absolutely beautiful!
You are so talented! :shock:

......................... Oregon 14226 posts
7th Feb '13
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~~My Pet Wussy~~ 3 kids; USA 23722 posts
7th Feb '13

That's amazing. Great work

m o m ♥ 2 kids; Ontario 7948 posts
7th Feb '13

that is very pretty! turned out great