Little (very little) less than two skeins of Wetterhoff Silvia (30 % silk/70 % wool) in color 911. Knit with 3,5 mm needles, two pattern repeats added to the original.
So she is really big.
The top edging is my favorite part.
She is knit starting from the wide part decreasing until the final tip.
She was easy to knit once I got the pattern straight - in the beginning I used lots of stitch markers to separate every repeat but then removed them later on - they are such a nuisance but such a great help when needed. The only thing that kept me looking back at the chart was the placement of decreases which were a bit difficult to memorize.
I think that she is lovely. I like this type of shawl where the whole shawl repeats the same pattern over and over and only the edgings are different. Thank you Anne!
I will try to get pictures of my daughter wearing this on December 6th. She has not yet seen this blocking only as a pile of wool last night. I hope she likes this!
(The photography is forbidden in the theatre so I don't have any pictures to show myself of the Snow Queen. But there are plenty in the site. The pages are translated into English.)