FO Friday: Nothing really new

Sorry for posting so late, life seems to get in the way sometimes :0)

Well better late than never. I ususally share pictures of knitting projects however I am rather pleased with this cross stitch that hangs on the wall in my livingroom.

This Cross Stitch was done in 2000

I finally washed and blocked the Walk for Shetland shawl  by Anna Szymanowska, I transcribed the translated pattern and test knit the English version. Anna was kind enough to give me permission to share the translation with you. I knit this in worsted on 5mm needles.

Look here for PDF w a l k f o r s h e t l a n d shawl english ver

FO’s 2012 = 17

Patterns from my own Library =  4

WIP’s 2012 = 8

Stash used =  23

Stash Purchased 2012 =  21 + 2 = 23

Books = 14

Loads of links this week, on my blogwalk :0)

 Tami’s blog, Keep Calm and craft on, Knit happy  

Creative Friday  Fibre Arts Friday  I’ve made Friday  

Fibre on Friday  Marigolds Loft The magic onions

Show your stuff and Yarn along for more really neat stuff!

Well TTFN, see ya wednesday all being well.

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Andrea Morrison (@wonderwhygal)
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 19:11:32

    That shawl is pretty. I love the purple.

    It’s nice to see the cross stitch. It’s been ages since I last crossed stitched something.

    Reply

  2. SusanD1408 crochet addict
    Mar 31, 2012 @ 01:09:14

    Love the shawl! The colour and the style look really good!

    Reply

  3. Andria
    Mar 31, 2012 @ 06:33:05

    Such a pretty shawl, it is lovely.

    Reply

  4. Shannon
    Apr 02, 2012 @ 08:03:55

    The Shetland shawl is really pretty! Love that pattern – it looks cozy.

    Reply

  5. AllyB
    Apr 05, 2012 @ 18:02:20

    That’s a beautiful shawl! The color is so cheerful. I love counted cross-stitch but sadly cannot do it but a few stitches at a time anymore. Too many years of little stitches and punching a computer every day put an end to that hobby. I do enjoy the pieces I have hanging around the house and “resting” in drawers. Perhaps some day when I am not a slave to the computer anymore I’ll take it up again. I have several projects that need to be finished. Thank you for sharing your beautiful works.

    Reply

  6. iknead2knit
    Jan 14, 2013 @ 08:41:40

    Love the cross stitch! The Serenity Prayer is special to me also. Thanks for reading and following.

    Reply

  7. lucy
    May 22, 2013 @ 10:28:58

    Beautiful. Going to make this with my own alpacas’ yarn in medium silver grey….. should be soft as a cloud. Found this via Ravelry.com. Thanks for the free pattern translation!

    Reply

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