Lacy Days Actually I wanted to knit with: But then this came across my way: So I’m knitting this: Cool, I’m almost finished! Only have to add the edgings. 1600 further rows to knit. Share:FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrWhatsAppTelegramSkypeMoreEmailPocketPrint Related Posted on August 31, 2013 by knittingkonrad in Fine Lace, Rowan Share:FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrWhatsAppTelegramSkypeMoreEmailPocketPrint 14 thoughts on “Lacy Days” GAhhhh! Gorgeous! I understand that the FL feels beautiful in the hand. Are you knitting a pattern from the book? Yes Kristen, it is the Cameo Shawl a design by Sharon Miller. Have a nice weekend 😊. ooooohhhhhhhhh Thank you, hope you like the first pics. Have a nice weekend 😊. absolutely gorgeous ♥♥ I am using fine lace for fingerless gloves right now. It’s lovely! That’s great Cindi, I have to see pics whem finished! I can see why you were distracted – the shawl is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you, Nicki. I love to knit lace, altough it sometimes seems that the piece will never be ready. What a fine yarn! Further 1600 rows! That would make me crazy! The edgings are very short rows from 12 to 21 stitches, so the 1600 rows will be done next week! Wow, that is gorgeous. How on earth do you knit so quickly ! The yarn is beautiful. Yes, the yarn is really beautiful. It’s soft and strong and it is easy to knit with. And it does not split although I knit with sharp needles. Lace knitting comes easy to me. After a few repeats I do no longer need the chart to look at, so I’m able to concentrate on the knitting process. And I like to knit lace more than to knit cables f.e. Pingback: Finally: Blocking Lace – The Cameo Shawl | knittingkonrad Comments are closed.