I'm happy to say that over the past month I have finished and blocked six shawls that have been laguishing in the knitting basket for upwards of a year or more. They are all beautiful shawls, but during their construction, I got bit by the designing bug and, sadly, they waited to be finished.
One just needed the ends tied in and to be blocked. It started out as different shawl and ended up with an edge modified from Elina. It's made with Knit Picks Andean Treasure.
A couple of them I just worked to a seemingly natural edge and bound off ('cause otherwise they wouldn't get finished.)
Dracula's Bride: A Goddess Knits shawl that I started it two years ago as a present for GiGi. It's in Knit Picks Palette in Garnet Heather and Black.
Butterfly Garden: An Evelyn Clark Shawl that I knit in Knit Picks Gloss lace in Blue Bird (a discontinuted color). I changed the edging to leaves because I liked the effect from Butterfly Bush.
Spider Web Shawl: From Victorian Lace Today, I decided to just bind it off because it was too big to rip out. It's knit in Palette in Calypso Heather
Lace Leaf Shawl: Another Evelyn Clark shawl knit in Filatura Cervinia Calzetteria which is, unfortunately, quite itchy even after washing.
Schaefer Heather in the Wendy colorway.
Knit Picks Gossamer in the Caribbean color. (So old that even the yarn line is discontinued.)
Citron was the first not-from-my-head project that I knit after I started designing. The crazy part is that for the first week or so that I knit it, I felt guilty, like I was stealing someone else's pattern. I managed to get over that, but poor Citron stalled at the edge. I'm happy to say that it's finished and I love it. Worked in Malabrigo Lace in the Snow Bird color way, it is soft and delightful.
I should be nice and toasty this winter,