Wednesday, 15 August 2012

WIP Wednesday: Onwards and upwards!


 I'm very sad to report that my Haruni didn't make it to the finish line in time. I still have about 10 rows left, so we should be done in time for the next Olympics in Rio :-)

Having started the leafy border, I must say it doesn't get terribly more difficult than the main section, which is a lovely surprise - but there are sooooooo many stitches to purl on the WS...


I really can't wait to get it off my needles and block it, I have a feeling it will be a completely different look to what it is now!


Check out Tami's Amis' and Ginny's blogs for more WIPs xxx
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20 comments

  1. cant wait to see the haruni in all its glory!

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  2. Too bad you do not have achieved a golden medal, although I think you've earned one. I think your work look great and I am looking forward to the end result!

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  3. I think your Haruni looks wonderful, and I can't wait to see it blocked. I feel for you with all that purl, that is the downside to shawl knitting, but only 10 more rows and you'll have made it!!
    x

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  4. The shawl is beautiful! I'm going to have to make that pattern one day. I think it's in my favorites.

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  5. Sorry to hear you didn't get finished for the medal. Your shawl is gorgeous and I'm sure it will be ready long before Rio ;o)

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  6. Don't fret about not reaching the podium - many of us didn't so you're in good company. Haruni will be gorgeous when it's done, and block will make the pattern really pop. Well worth the wait!

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  7. Maybe you should stretch task to take into account the Paralympics too!

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  8. Smartest thing I ever did was teach myself to knit backward (right onto left for this righty knitter). Makes the all purl rows so much faster!

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  9. Nice photo board! Good luck with the haruni.

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  10. I am actually better and faster on the purl rows..go figure.. thanks for the tutorial!

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  11. Your shawl looks amazing - how much better after blocking to open the lace.
    Enjoy the finish when you make it over the line.

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  12. The shawl is beautiful! I'm sure all that purling will pay off! I love the shade you're working with, it has me dreaming of fall!

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  13. I love those pin boards. I made something similar to hang my necklaces off of.

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  14. Beautiful. I didn't even participate as I have lost my knitting mojo. Good for you! That's a very pretty yarn too.

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