The magical step

Did you know that when you finish knitting your shawl, you can give it a quick bath and then pin it out for blocking, and it changes from being a lump of yarn into being an actual lace shawl?

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It’s true. It works every time.

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You just can’t make this stuff up.

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(Lamplight shawl. Full pattern details coming soon.)

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31 responses to “The magical step

  1. B E A U T I F U L!!
    I may have left a similar comment at another time, but I just calls ‘em as I sees ‘em.

  2. jennybookworm

    Wow, really really wow! Fantastic name for it too.

  3. Nanct

    Beautiful……

  4. Oooh! So pretty! Can’t wait to learn more about it.

  5. jessmary

    G, this is gorgeous.

  6. barefootrooster

    stunning.

  7. Gorgeous! Now you’re free to start another shawl…just sayin’.

  8. Sue

    I’ve been looking forward to the finished product since I first saw the first teaser photos you posted way back before the Bridgewater…and I must say, you do not disappoint! I can barely wait until the pattern is available! Way to go! Another spectacular design! Well done!

  9. Kai

    This is lovely! I love the colour as well.. Yummy!

  10. tinebeest

    Woohoo! Another little lace miracle happened! And it’s a very pretty one, too. ^.^

  11. Lulynn L. Foster

    WOW I love this shawl. It is beautiful. Will the pattern be available later on this month?

  12. Yes indeed! Hopefully within the next week.

    Glenna

  13. So gorgeous!! And I love the name of the pattern- great choice.

  14. It’s like magic! Gorgeous shawl.

  15. Tamsie

    It’s just stunning!

  16. From lump to lace. Could be the name for a blocking class.

  17. So pretty! Really good photos too. *two thumbs up for Glenna!*

  18. Nebraska Knitter

    Gorgeous. Looking forward to the pattern.

  19. Rae

    Gorgeous piece of work

  20. Maureen

    Beautiful beyond words…even the color is perfect since it truly looks like “lamplight”! Congratulations on the creation of yet another stunning piece!

  21. christine m. east of toronto

    really, really incredibly beautiful! i have never ventured into shawl making… yet! but it is definitely on my “to do” list! i’ll look forward to seeing the pattern.

  22. Val Champ

    Wonderful Glenna, I can hardly wait to get some details..I have a yarn just waiting to be this shawl..

  23. Julie

    Really beautiful! I’ve always hesitated about doing a shawl but these pictures make me feel like there is definitely one in my future!

  24. Dolores

    Absolutely beautiful work!!!

  25. Blocking *is* magic! Beautiful shawl.

  26. Beautiful!

    The magic step I really need, though, is the one that gets me from skeined yarn to big lump of knitting! ;-)

  27. Erin

    Is this pattern going to be free? I’m considering saving my most recently purchased beautiful lace for this project….

  28. Sal

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