Wednesday, 25 August 2010


This is it!
The finished article. This is knitted in a very pale greeny colour.
It is a square, sorry if the picture makes it look alittle lopsided.

AND in the end, I enjoyed knitting it!


  1. That's brilliant, I'm only sorry that I wont get to see it for real. I hope the Mum To Be is really pleased with it, and appreciates the hours lovingly spent creating it!

  2. A wonderful shawl, I will put my order in now! Don't leave it, id she doesn't seem appreciative!

  3. Thankyou ladies for your very much appreciated comments.
    I agree with you, I hope "the Mum to Be" loves it too.

  4. This is lovely. I've been struggling with this for a while and patterns never defeat me. It is very helpful seeing the pattern in full (it is obscured in DB's book). I managed to get through the first line thanks to online entrelac videos,but the second line has me nearly giving up. Any tips?

  5. Don't give up because once you get going it actually becomes quite easy as you progress. I found the forums on revelry really helpful right at the beginning.
    At first I thought I'd made a mistake, why have all these triangles all twisted and bunched up on the needle? I thought that I must surely need to cut the yarn somewhere. But no, don't cut anything it will all become clearer when you go beyond that stage.
    Try a sample few triangles first, it may make it easier.
    I'm finding it difficult to explain but once you start picking up the stitches from the already completed triangles it should become clearer.
    If I can be any further help please let me know, but it will be good to know how you get on.
    I've just remembered I also phoned Debbie Bliss Co. and they sent me an oratum notice which wasn't in the book. That helped.
    Good luck!