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Gail (aka Nightsongs) Shawl for the Springtime
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Apr 9, 2013 08:41:43   #
I just finished this shawl yesterday. The pattern is Gail (aka Nightsongs) by Jane Araujo. It was not a difficult knit, but did the notes of several people on Ravelry were quite useful. I used a laceweight yarn, I believe it is Alpaca Fino with a Twist in a lilac shade. I used 3.25 mm needles, and used approximately 60 gms of yarn from a 100 gram ball. It blocked at 58" x 28". I had increased the number of repeats from 7 to 9.

In the early morning sun

Draping nicely

In all its glory

With some spring flowers

Close up

Apr 9, 2013 08:43:16   #
beautiful.....did you have a link for the pattern?
Apr 9, 2013 08:48:40   #
Hi, hope this works.

ginamarie12345 wrote:
beautiful.....did you have a link for the pattern?
Apr 9, 2013 08:49:51   #
Absolutely stunning.
Apr 9, 2013 08:52:11   #
Belle1 (a regular here)
Very nice!!! A beautiful piece.
Apr 9, 2013 09:02:25   #
Your shawl is so beautiful and very well done (as usual). Love the colors. Once again, you have inspired me to knit another shawl. I've added this one to my "must do" list.
Apr 9, 2013 09:05:15   #
Awesome shawl, you do wonderful work. So many things to try, not enough time.
Apr 9, 2013 09:38:20   #
Thanks for the nice comments. This was a shawl that I had thought about knitting for some time. I'm glad that I finally got around to it.

Apr 9, 2013 10:32:53   #
Stunning...I bet you get loads of compliments.
Apr 9, 2013 10:35:00   #
Apr 9, 2013 10:39:37   #
Naneast (a regular here)
Very beautiful shawl! Nicely done,Sue..
Apr 9, 2013 15:23:11   #
Wonderful! Marvelous knitting - it's a beauty!
Apr 9, 2013 15:28:29   #
Gypsycream (a regular here)
You have to be the queen of shawls, all the ones I've seen have been stunning, no exception with this one, its beautiful.
Apr 9, 2013 15:29:10   #
Gorgeous! As usual, you did a fabulous job of knitting and blocking. Love that color! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
Apr 9, 2013 15:36:58   #
Hazel Anne
What a lovely shawl.
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