Wednesday, December 12, 2007

FO: Print O The Wave

I cast off the stole yesterday and pulled it off the blocking mattress today.
Pattern: Eunny Jang's Print O The Wave
Needles: 120cm addi lace, 4.5mm
Yarn: just over 2 skeins (like... JUST) of handmaiden Mini Maiden
Start: mid-november, 2007
Size: 48x64"
End: December 11, 2007
Mods: Knit the body in one piece, didn't graft in the middle. Also the yarn weight, much heavier than called for.
Love it, really really love it. The yarn was a dream (even if the colour is elusive), the pattern was pretty well written, bar one error. I feel good about this knit.

Sorry, but the other project I have going is semi-secret!










KnitXcorE said...

holy shirt!!!! that's effin' byooootiful! gr8 job!

Adam said...

Michael it looks great! I really love the color, and your lace work is impeccable. I'm gonna have to try this one once I finish the gigantic Garden Shawl. Kudos!

Dave said...

Wow! That came out absolutely incredible. Well done!!

Heidi said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love the color! Amazing job!

Jen said...

Love it!!!

Michelle said...

That. Is. Stunning. Congratulations on an amazing piece of work!

YarnOverHere said...

Whoa! I love love *LOVE* that colour! Great photos, awesome knit... Nice work!

tallguy said...

Incredible work! And pretty fast too! You really know how to photograph lace well -- not an easy thing to do!

Eric & Tony said...

Awesome! Congrats!

Raven said...

That looks stunning. What a lot of work, but worth it.

Knitcrazy said...

Oh Gosh!!! The Shawl is fantastic and the color is georgeous!!!!
Now I really don't know whaich shawl to start.. Looking at yours I want to do both!!! :)

Elemmaciltur said...

Very beautiful!!! Great knitting job.

Ted said...

Beautiful Michael. Really lovely. Congrats on such a great job.

Jen said...

So beautiful.

Anonymous said...

holy crow, that's gorgeous. You're my hero.

Diana said...

Absolutely beautiful work, Michael! I'm currently working on the same shawl, and I'm curious about the error you found in the pattern. Would you care to divulge its whereabouts?