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Hello all! Another day in the Blogpond! Well I have been beavering away trying to finish my good deed for a fellow Raveler (ana33). I usually don’t get involved in translation of patterns, it is hard to be helpful when you can speak only one langauge, can you guess which one? hummm :0)

Well I liked this shawl so much I decided that, if someone gave a general translation (from polish to english) I would write out the instructions and transcribe the charts then test knit. Not a really good picture, look here for a better one.

Walk for Shetland

 Pattern: Walk for Shetland by Anna Szymanowska

Yarn: (2.125 balls) Berroco Vintage – Lilac

Needles: 5mm

Walk for Shetland

Comments: This was a delight to knit, interesting, cuddly and warm, a great gift idea.

Walk for Shetland

The Round up list:

  1. Walk for Shetland by Anna Szymanowska  test knitting the english Ver.
  2. Because of Love Beret (March carry along forum project)
  3. Small Lace Bag (March carry along forum project)
  4. Soper Creek Yarn Challenge – Top secret project!
  5. Abigail Vest
  6. Hill Walking Socks (design in test knit stage)
  7. Pine Forest blanket
  8. Immie Blanket
  9. Cosy Winter Shawl (design in test knit stage)
  10. Roarin Cloche (resisting this felted project)
  11. Beryl Blanket (Long term scrap project)

FO’s 2012 = 12 + 1 = 13

Patterns from my own Library = 3

WIP’s 2012 = 8 + 3 = 11

Stash used = 17 + 2 = 19

Stash Purchased 2012 = 16

Books = 13 + 1 = 14

Visit Tami’s blog, Keep Calm and craft on, Knit happy and Yarn along for more really neat stuff!

Well TTFN, see ya Weds all being well.

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. nothingbutknit2
    Mar 09, 2012 @ 15:20:20

    The shawl is gorgeous!

    Reply

  2. chrisknits
    Mar 09, 2012 @ 15:22:38

    Oh, it looks cozy! Love it.

    Reply

  3. collegeknitting
    Mar 09, 2012 @ 17:34:37

    Ooooo, very pretty!

    Reply

  4. kitenswithmittens
    Mar 09, 2012 @ 23:24:59

    Really needs a good blocking :0)

    Reply

  5. Pretty Mades
    Mar 10, 2012 @ 03:17:22

    The shawl is lovely

    Reply

  6. Kim Sonksen
    Mar 10, 2012 @ 04:31:10

    Such a beautiful shawl

    Reply

  7. sandy
    Mar 10, 2012 @ 10:09:29

    It’s awesome, sounds like so much work; but it surely was worth it. Love the pattern, soooooooooooooo pretty, soooooooooo delicate, but looks very involved.

    Reply

  8. Shannon
    Mar 11, 2012 @ 17:24:01

    That is a lovely wavy pattern. What a beautiful shawl you have finished!

    Reply

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