7.05.2011

What the HK is on your Needles? Vol. 10

Last week we explored alternatives to sock knitting and featured several mitts, mittens and gloves. This week I want to take a look at another sock alternative. Shawls.

There are so many beautiful shawl patterns available and many of them are one-skein wonders. A great choice for that extra special skein in your favourite colour that you don't want hide in your shoes.

Let's have a look at a few recently completed examples.

Helen (ravname: stickeri) knit this gorgeous Coleus in Plum Glace in Artisan Sock. I love looking at the details up close.



Zoe (ravname: zoetribe) knit up the popular Multnomah in Evergreen in Artisan Sock. I've knit this pattern myself and it is a fun and quick knit.



Mel (ravname: stickchick) designed this stunning shawl, Eurybia, in Emerald City in Artisan Sock. Designed specifically for this colour, it is a beautiful match up of colour and pattern.



Sue (ravname: sues153) knit the very recently released Alcyone in Sweet Crush in Artisan Sock. And she knit it in just a few days. Amazing job.



Nikki (ravname: knittyfish) knit her Sagano in Lochness in Artisan Sock. Where can I get my hands on a dress form like that one? Swoon!



And finally, Beth (ravname: mdquilter) knit this Aestlight Shawl which she amusingly calls Wearing Coveralls in the Rainforest in, of course, Coveralls and PNW Rainforest in Artisan Sock. Great colour pairing.



Thanks to everyone for sharing their projects with us.

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