Friday, February 19, 2010

my new shawlette

This is the Storm Cloud Shawlette by Hanna Breetz...

I made one for a Christmas gift and liked it so much that I made this one for myself.

It makes a beautiful 'shawlette'...

...or can be wrapped around the neck like a scarf,
which I have done often when heading out into the cold, blustery outdoors this winter.


Pattern: Storm Cloud Shawlette with ruffle edge
Yarn: KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn, color: cotton candy
Needles: size 8 circular
A great pattern--if you can do garter stitch and yarn overs, you can make this!

32 comments:

  1. That is super cute! I like the dual-purposeness of a shawlette/scarf.

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  3. Your shawl is lovely. Thanks for posting it for us to see. I would like to make some for my sisters. Thanks!

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  4. Oh that is so pretty! I love the ruffle edge and lovely color.
    Blessings,
    G

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  5. How pretty! I've had that pattern in my library for a while now and after seeing yours, I just must get it knitted - next after!

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  6. that is indeed lovely! I think I may well need to get knitting today in preparation for the our winter that is to come. :-) Thanks for the link

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  7. Super cute & just my color! :)

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  8. Oh, I just love the color and texture. So pretty!

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  9. Such a pretty shawl, winter is not far away for us, this is definitely going on my knitting list.

    I just posted about your blog and added a link I hope you don't mind but I wanted to share what inspires me and you are on top of that list.

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  10. I am smitten with this! I love a shawlette, don't you? Very very pretty!

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  11. It's beautiful! But I'm wondering if you're really a teenager blogging as an adult! ;-)

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  12. I've been on a shawl/shawlette kick for several months now. Have to check out that pattern.

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  13. Such a sweet shawl & lovin' the pink!

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  14. Very pretty! So nice that you can wear it two ways!

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  15. Very very pretty - looks so soft!

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  16. It's gorgeous! I love the color.

    Debbie
    ouroldhomestead.blogspot.com

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  17. OH this is so uncommon. Just finished a "poncho" that turned into something like your shawlette. Making a poncho from an unfimiliar pattern turned out to be a beautiful little "shawlette" for the little two year old of a friend. Thank you for giving my creation a name, if I may borrow it for this little adorable child. It is pink, white and rose. Amazing! At least you had a pattern and can replicate your creation. Mine will be one of a kind for I have no idea what happened and do not think I will try to figure it out. Jan

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  18. cool...love the fabric its displayed on too...:)

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  19. That shawl is wonderful!! Thank you for sharing the link for the pattern.
    Warm wishes,
    Tonya

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  20. The shawl is just beautiful! I love seeing all of your creative ideas.

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  21. Very nice! I like it as a scarf.

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  22. Very pretty Deb. I love the colour.

    God bless.

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  23. Beautiful! It looks so cuddly! It's great that you can wear it two ways.
    Debbie

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  24. Oh Deb! How beautiful! I love it:) I love the versatility of it as well, I can just picture a beautiful brooch enhancing it :)

    Have a wonderful evening!
    Sharon

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  25. Very soft and delicate; very pretty. Looks perfect on you.

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  26. Oh one more thing for me to knit. Love it xoxox Clarice

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  27. It's beautiful! But I'm wondering if you're really a teenager blogging as an adult! ;-)

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  28. I am smitten with this! I love a shawlette, don't you? Very very pretty!

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  29. that is indeed lovely! I think I may well need to get knitting today in preparation for the our winter that is to come. :-) Thanks for the link

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  30. How pretty! I've had that pattern in my library for a while now and after seeing yours, I just must get it knitted - next after!

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