Monday, November 14, 2005

Fir Cone Shawl pattern is up!

I've been extremely productive today (compared to the last few days, anyway!)--I'm finally starting to beat this head cold (I hope!!).

It's still a little rough, and NO ONE HAS TESTED IT YET, but I've posted the pattern for my Fir Cone shawl here and I've added it to the sidebar.

If you make it, please let me know--I'd love to see it!

6 comments:

EvaLux said...

downloaded it :) Might make it in the new year :) I'll keep ya updated LOL.

Cheers Eva

Liz in TX said...

Thanks for sharing this. It is beautiful!

Evelyn said...

Kat,

I saw your message on the EZasPi list, so I came over to check out your shawl. It's lovely! I just completed a Fircone scarf for the SLW out of Kidsilk Haze (now I'm in lurve!) So, I'm tempted to test knit your 3/4 shawl pattern with some KSH. I also did the Kiri shwal, which I also love (in Koigu KPPPM), but this 3/4 shape intrigues me. I'll consider this a warm up for the anniversary pi. . .

Evelyn

Iris Armstrong said...

Kat, thanks for sharing! I saw your shawl with the other lovely entries for the SLW contest. Maybe it was listed with your entry, but i don't see anywhere on your FC3/4shawl pattern where you list your yarn, guestimate of yardage, needles used. Inquiring minds want to know. :-)
Iris in Iowa

Birdsong said...

Your pattern didn't give any yarn guides, so I wanted to ask what weight and how many yards did you use? I probably skimmed right past this, sorry if so.

Kat said...

Yep, I left out a bunch of *rather* important info in that first version.
I've just posted version 1-2, so be sure to download that one and trash the original!
-Kat