Monday, August 04, 2008

Princess



I am still at it. Slowly but surely my Princess shawl is growing.

I had knit up to row 116 of the border or so and then put it aside to finish:
Medieval Tapestry cardigan (finished needs blocking and buttons)
Peacock Feathers shawl (finished needs blocking)
Forest Path Stole: finished, blocked and sent to recipient
Storks Nest scarf: finished blocked and sent to recipient
A also finished the plain color part of the sleeves and the body on SLC Olympics and got a good start on the stranded part of the body.

Now it is all about Princess. It has become my portable project since I made a drawstring bag for it and found magnet tape that works wonders on the metallic board and you can cut it the length of the page.

Twenty more rows on the border and then the Laurel leaves will go in after and only after I swatch the pattern.

10 comments:

fleegle said...

Utterly magnificent! Beyond words! I applaud your skill, patience, and clever solution to keeping track of the pattern. May it be finished soon!

Tan said...

You have been a busy little bee!

missalicefaye said...

looks like it's going beautifully! lovely work. :)

Romi said...

Wow. I can't wait to see it! What an amazing project that is.

Lorette said...

Lovely, lovely! I just started a Peacock shawl yesterday, so I would love to see photos of yours.

pruklein said...

Lovely as always. I expect to see this puppy finished (in person!) before the end of August:D

Leigh said...

Gosh but Princess is impressive. It will be well worth the wait.

Jane said...

I feel like a total slug next to you! Your Princes Shawl is exquisite and your multitude of projects breathtaking!

miyamojo said...

Oh! It's so pretty! What an inspiration! :)

Jane said...

That is just spectacular! You are amazing with your knitting :-)