There were some questions in the comments . . .
The definition in your picture seems excellent for being unblocked. Did you give it a little stretch, or is it a factor of the heavier yarn?
How’s the clean eating going?
I didn’t stretch it, it’s just the nature of the yarn to spread out nicely. Here’s the shawl in its current state:
I didn’t spread it out at all for this shot. It’s just sitting where I left it!
The clean eating is going very well, thanks for asking. I guess I’m in my fourth week, and I estimate that I’ve been 90 – 95% “clean.” No sugar, no white flour, no artificial sweeteners, and pretty close to no preservatives. I drink at least 4 liters of water a day. I’ve noticed results — I feel good, have lost 12 pounds, and my skin looks good enough that I’ve stopped wearing make-up.
There’s my dead-white self. No color added. 😉 (Can you see Lucy in that pic?)
Is that pink the same pink you used on your Wimple a little bit ago?
Nope, but it’s close in color. For the wimple I used Alchemy Juniper in “Evening Pink.”
Today I braved the blustery day to spend some time at Fibrespace. The windchill outside was brutal, but it was warm and cozy in the shop. and there might have been some yarn fondling. Because I’m on a shawlette kick lately, I bought yarn for two more.
This is Dragonfly Fibers Dragonsock in the “Starry Night” colorway. I love it.
And that’s Madeline Tosh Tosh Sock in the “Baltic” colorway. I love that too!
While I was out having fun with other knitters, Lucy was snug at home, contemplating the wonderment of existence.