Fishing for compliments

Monday, July 23rd, 2007
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Look what I caught! It’s a big’un!

Fishing for compliments

I was going to stop at a metre or so, but I’ve decided to keep going. I’m also surprised at how light it is; I thought it would be a monster, but it feels like nothing! If nothing were about a kilo or so, but that’s about the weight of an apple and I don’t mind that weight distributed over my shoulders.

I was going to take some cast-off photos for a lake-side cast-off tutorial, but then we had to leave a little early and I decided to read my Potter on the way back instead of knittin’ on the shawl. It’s got a few inches and then it should be finished, I think.

BTW, I wanted to have a nice picture of me and the shawl and the lake, but unfortunately the sun was plotting against me at the time. Here is a photo of me as a pseudo-silhouette, and a slightly retro-looking attempt by me to play with the curves in the photo.

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2 Comments to “Fishing for compliments”

  1. Great shawl! It looks really cozy. The photos made me laugh.

    Comment by
    July 23, 2007 @ 8:40 am
  2. I cannot believe how quickly you knit!!! You are crazy-amazing. Even in my heyday (back when I actually had time to knit instead of school and work), I couldn’t crank out the amount of knitting that you do in a relatively small time spaces. I can’t wait to see this blocked and worn! It will be amazing, I’m sure…

    Comment by Carly
    July 24, 2007 @ 9:00 am

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