The minute I saw Ziggity she was on my "to knit" list. I waited while Kirsten had it test knit and watched daily until she published the pattern. I felt sure the colors I had set aside would blend, would look like part of a piece, as was my vision of my version.
Ziggity had her way with me, as she was entertaining, interesting and enjoyable, whist being easy and charming. In fact, Ziggity finally took over my knitting desire completely and kept me rapt and enchanted. Her pretty upper border (you can see a tiny little bit in the photo below) attracted me in the the beginning, but when the knitting started I was slightly intimidated. It didn't take long before I had the hang of the repeat and found it very easy to remember.
The yarn also has an ease about it, with its subtle shading and warm hues. Ziggity and madtosh danced through my fingers and swayed my heart.
Now that she's finished I love her more. Ziggity is easy to wear, her shape is long enough to wrap and stay, plus she can be worn in many versatile ways. I love this shawl and have been wearing her daily.
My Ravelry Zig