Monday, August 3, 2015

Eden Prairie

In between all of the scrubbing, packing and painting over the last month I was actually able to squeeze in enough knitting time to complete my Eden Prairie shawl.  Unfortunately, I ran out of the dark green, so it turned out a little on the skimpy side.
It will work as a scarf, I'm telling myself...
What's on your needles?

13 comments:

momto5 said...

i love that. it looks beautiful

Sue Ellen Riese said...

Colorwork Mobius Cowl by Maie Landra. It was on the cover of Vogue Knitting, Winter 13/14. Cheers!

Zauberflink said...

Adorable!!! I'm knitting a Mara shawl in malabrigo sock and I'm in love already ;-)

Caffeine Girl said...

I am still just wowed by this project. It is beautiful as a scarf!

Suzy Mae said...

I love the pattern and colours. I think it will work great as a scarf!

susan said...

WOW! Your shawl is absolutely beautiful! Great colors and I love the pattern. I'm planning to take a knitting class, but I can't imagine ever making anything this difficult.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Love it!

Donna said...

It really is pretty!!!

Lauren Thomas said...

very pretty!

Simply Playing said...

Beautiful! Looks like an Arts and Crafts movement stained glass window.

Jess said...

Yes! That is the very reason I chose it. I'm going to a gorgeous prairie-style venue in Chicago this winter and I thought it would be cool to wear this there.

Lucy Bowen said...

Well, it looks beautiful from here - a scarf it is!

Sue Ellen Riese said...

Love the jewel tones!