Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Sun Ray Shawl

I thought I'd show off the progress I've made so far on my Sun Ray Shawl (being made for my grandmother for Christmas).

This is 40 rows completed:


I'm using the double knit wool from handpaintedyarn.com in 'Cafe Creme.' The French minor in me wants to make that Café Crème.
As I don't have to have this done until December, I'm taking it leisurely. I do like the simplicity of the shawl and it's quite easy to memorize.

7 comments:

Grace Yaskovic said...

love the color, it will be gorgeous

Diane said...

The yarn is beautiful! Grandma is going to be so thrilled!
Diane

Lisa W. said...

nice job. i love that pattern too! it will be a lovely gift.

smariek said...

Very nice! Your grandma will love it.

Trish - My Merino Mantra said...

I adore that Sun Ray pattern. Your choice of yarn is lovely, too.

Dusty said...

Wow I am just amazed at the talent in this group! I am not a very experienced knitter. I make mostly scarves and simple shawls. I am thinking about making a simple lace shawl this fall. What would be a good beginner pattern that does not require charts. I applaud your on your beautiful shawl.
Drooling in Michigan, Hugs, Dusty

CatBookMom said...

What a lucky Grandma to be getting this lovely shawl! I'm enjoying my Sun Ray, too.