10.30.2009

From The Queue Friday - Part II

Well, it's Friday so it's time for another installment of From The Queue Friday!

This time I went through my Ravelry queue looking at all those one skein shawls I have added in recent months. I caught the one skein shawl bug with Ishbel. As you know, I have knit three of those babies!

The first pattern is a free one and one that I have seen knit up in person. It's the Traveling Woman shawl.

Picture Courtesy of Feministy. Visit her website here.

My friend, Enid has knit this shawl and it is just beautiful. Many knitters in our group have been lusting over one of our own for some time now. There is something about that lace pattern that just makes me want to drool all over my keyboard as I type this.

You can find the Traveling Woman shawl for free as a Ravelry download, or it available on the Feministy website here.

The next one is the Multnomah Shawl by Kate Flagg.

Photo courtesy of hello-knitty. Her website is here.


This is another free one that has recently become quite the rage on Ravelry. I can see why. It's so pretty and just the right amount of garter and feather and fan. I think I may have to cast this one on soon.

The Multnomah Shawl is available on Kate's website as a PDF here.

Finally, here is one that has been in my queue for quite some time. The Shetland Triangle!

Picture courtesy of GraceIvy. Her website is here.

I had seen someone with it on at a Yarn Harlot event about a year and a half ago. I mustered up the courage to ask the lady what the pattern was. You can find this pattern in Wrap Style.

So, what's been added to your Ravelry queue this week?

4 comments:

  1. I too have a bunch of shawls queued but I have yet to knit a whole one yet. Ishbel is my first so once that's under my belt, I'm looking forward to doing more!

    ReplyDelete
  2. *blush* Aww...shucks. Thanks for the shout out. I am working on my second Walking Woman as we speak. These one skieners are addictive...then on to my first Ishbel. Then a Maltnomah and then......You really aught to brag about that pretty green number you were working on at Beth's. I SOOOO NEEED THAT yarn.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I mean Traveling Woman. hello.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Those are all very pretty shawls. I love the Traveling Woman. As soon as Ishbel starts to play nice so I can get it finished, I may try another one.

    ReplyDelete



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...