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January 08, 2014


LOVELY! Just everything about the shawl is wonderful -- the design, the shape, the drape, the color. It is just beautiful, Margene.

Another beautiful knit, Ma'Lady. Happy Hump Day!!!!!

I love the construction. I've had my eye on the pattern for a while but you're making me want to cast it on my needles :)

Well done! It's a great color, too!

Beautiful! Both you and the shawl.

lovely, in the photos and having seen the FO

Your feelings are shared by many knitters. The shawl is really lovely.

Very wonderful! It is the perfect winter accessory fir you. I like your longer hair too.

Lovely shawl!

Love that, Margene. Way to keep the faith and perservere!

Love this shawl--gracefull but not fussy!

I LOVE it, Margene! So gorgeous! And your pictures are beautiful.

I think most knitters feel trepidation when they knit, but you have very little reason to feel that way. You are experienced and accomplished, damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead, Margene! Your makes always seem to come out well done. I like this very much. Your photos are really bright and clear. You are obviously well above the inversion, so I hope you took a lot of deep breaths.

Oh! Pretty!

I had confidence that it would be just fine. And it was.

Oooooh! I have been coveting one since you started it, and I got what may be the perfect yarn for it, for Christmas! (or it may make it a hot mess.)


You and your shawl are beautiful!!

Love it. I'm glad you persevered through your doubts. It definitely looks like a keeper!

I'm glad you persevered, as it looks great!

Lovely contrast in texture with the jacket. Another WIN!

It's beautiful! you do have to have faith with lace projects. They never look like much til they're blocked and then...oh my! (love the Bray, too, btw - I've chosen that hat to knit for myself - you also have lots of mitten inspiration on your Ravelry pages!)

It's gorgeous...you had no reason to worry!

Awww...you never trust yourself when you knit, but each beautiful knit comes out better than the one before. I LOVE this one!!

I think that worrying about the outcome of a project is one of the traits that most knitters share. That said, I've never seen anything come off your needles that I didn't admire and covet mightily.

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