Today I am binding off my EZ 100th Anniversary Shawl.
I’ll blog the pre- and post-blocking measurements (and photos of course) after blocking. I did think I would block it tonight, but remembered that my cleaning lady changed days this week and will be coming tomorrow. It probably would not be a good idea to have a gigantic circular shawl pinned to the living room carpet while she is trying to vacuum, right? So I guess I’ll hold off on blocking until the weekend.
I am not planning on using my foam blocks to block this because I don’t think I have enough of them to make a square big enough to accommodate this shawl. So it will be pinned directly to the carpet.
Shetland Pi Shaw KAL
Are y’all ready? Needles poised? The KAL will begin on Sunday, August 15. I will post Part One of the pattern then. Noon-ish, eastern time.
I’ve added this design to Ravelry, so you can queue it if you like: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shetland-pi-shawl-kal
There was a question in the comments asking whether the pattern is charted or written out. I’m providing both charts and written out instructions for this. If you are a “written-out” only knitter and want to learn to knit from charts, this is a great opportunity to do so. The chart for each pattern section is pretty small, so it won’t be overwhelming.
I’m just sayin’ . . .
I have a stealth project I’m working on, so I have something to knit until the KAL starts.
It’s the Lucy Lap-Cam!