Monday, November 30, 2015

FO: Lupine


Well, we're supposed to get close to 10 inches of snow here over the next couple of days, so how about a fake summery photoshoot? This is probably the last time I'll ever get to photograph something in a t-shirt for the next five months, so I might as well take advantage of it and show off this beautiful light shawl.

I hadn't really gotten much of a chance to work on my Lupine since I last showed it to you all in September, but a couple of weeks ago I pulled it out of the WIP basket as a palate cleanser between some other big stuff, and I ended up not being able to put it down until it was done. I love the colors so much-it's so light and springy!


I know I go on and on about how enjoyable Cory's patterns are to knit, but this one was just so enjoyable. I had the pattern memorized really early on, and even though I didn't touch it for a month and a half, it was still familiar when I picked it up again. It totally zoomed along, and I'm already planning some different outfits to wear it with, so overall it's an A+ project.


Ravelry Page: Lupine
Pattern: Lupine by Cory Ellen Boberg

4 comments:

  1. Your shawl/scarf looks like the embodyment of spring, seriously. :D It's so pretty! And I'm a bit jealous of your t-shirt weather. Despite knowing it was coming, I was very disappointed when the snow that came on Halloween didn't actually melt but FOUND SOME FRIENDS. :P Enjoy the snow-free weather while you can!

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  2. Ooh I love the knotty ends! And it is a very pretty colours, perfect for brightening up a gloomy day :)

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  3. I like this grellow vibe. The neon is terrific. Great job, girl.

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  4. Gorgeous shawl and wow at that yarn! The yellow is so intense and beautiful!

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