It is time for Part Two of the Shetland Pi Shawl. Get your copy of Part Two (in pdf format) here.
The first thing you are going to do in Part Two is double your stitches. Then you work a couple of rounds plain before starting the Part Two pattern, which has a repeat of 9 stitches.
This part will take you a little bit longer to complete than Part One, I think, but is still a fairly quick piece, so Part Three will be posted on Sunday.
In other news, lookie here what I got (said in a greedy, gloating voice):
This is five skeins of Tempted Lovely Grrl, purchased from The Loopy Ewe. It’s a 50/50 blend of silk and merino wool, fingering weight, and it is just gorgeous. The colorway is “Renewal.” (And there is no more in this colorway at The Loopy Ewe because I bought it all. Mwha-ha-ha!)
I bought this yarn with a specific purpose in mind, and I think I’m going to start on it as soon as my pi is baked. Anyone want to hazard a guess what I’m making? I’ll give you two hints: it’s not one of my own patterns, and it is not a shawl.
“I guess that it is a yummy kitty blanket for me!”