Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Blocking the Icelandic Alpaca Shawl

18 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful!

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  2. It's perfectly lovely! And whoa mama, that's a lot of pins!

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  3. I love the crochet edge. Of course the whole shawl is beautiful, but it's such a perfect finishing touch.

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  4. ToniC15:55

    Gorgeous, even the horse seems to be smiling and enjoying it.

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  5. That is absolutely gorgeous. I'm impressed with your patience in putting in all those pins!

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  6. Breathtaking!

    I am really enjoying reading about your projects and your part of the world. It's hard to imagine only 3 hours of sunlight in a day. Thanks for taking the time to share!!

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  7. linda16:47

    Can't wait to see it unpinned. It is truly beautiful!

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  8. That is absolutely beautiful

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  9. That is stunning! What a beautiful job.

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  10. That shawl is incredible!! It must have taken ages to pin that out, though.
    - Julie

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  11. oh how pretty! love the color . . .

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  12. There is always something very magical about the transformation brought about by blocking a lace shawl ... and it looks like yours is no exception! Just beautiful ... I don't envy having to put all those pins in place ;-)

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  13. Aldona (from Maine)00:33

    It's stunning--both the knitting AND the blocking technique. Wow!

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous. Your work is amazing.

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  15. Ihana! Näyttäisitkö vielä kuvan koko huivista sitten kun se on valmis? Reunus on niin kaunis tuolla blokkipöydälläsi, olisi kiva nähdä minkälainen se on "vapaana!

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  16. As awe inspiring as ever...beautiful work.

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  17. I'm still trying to catch my breath!

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  18. Hi Lene, I am catching up after a long time offline and I just wanted to compliment you on this gorgeous shawl. I think I like it even better in this solid grey than I do in the original version with the contrasting edge. :-)

    Happy New Year to you!

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