Monday, March 06, 2006

Shawl Sighting

No young beautiful model strolled by, so I had to pose for the photo myself:


It blocked out bigger than I expected. It's soft and airy and very lightweight.

At least two other people from the dye class are making this shawl, Sue and Lindsey (and maybe Patricia?), so I have asked them to bring them along to knitting later this month.

They dyed rich fall colors, so watch for the photos, coming soon to a monitor near you.


Blogger Baycolonyfarm said...

Beautiful, just beautiful. Oh yes, and the shawl is nice too. :)

1:13 PM  
Blogger claudia said...

HEY! Sara is showing up on her own blog!

Apparently hell has really frozen over. :)

More Sara!

1:42 PM  
Blogger Charleen said...

The shawl is so beautiful. And such style - you could have another career as a model!

3:58 PM  
Blogger Bren Ahearn said...

Hi Sara,

The shawl is just beautiful. I really love the process photos that you've shown all along. Also, thanks for the encouragement to start my own blog. Here's the URL:


7:44 PM  
Blogger Spindlers2 said...


12:24 AM  
Blogger beadlizard said...

It is even more beautiful in situ. I love the cheerfulness of the yellow at the top. You nailed the spectrum and its gradations perfectly (again) and transformed a perfectly beautiful [white] shawl into wearable art. --Syl

10:49 AM  
Blogger Cathy said...

Lovely - I thought the lace pattern alone was wonderful but you have iced it with the colors. Wonderful. I love your hair - how appropriate for a model standing in snow. Thank the camera person for us. Good job.

7:50 PM  
Blogger Agneta said...

I just got the tip on your site ...What at gorgeous shawl. And the change of colour is marvelous.
Agneta in Sweden

9:10 AM  

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