Shetland Wool Trader's MKAL is now blocked. Unfortunately I thad to take it off the bed before it was completely dry last night, and Mr C todssed it onto a chest of drawers in a heap. I didn't spot it until this morning! I've loosely folded it and hopefully it'll be alright!
Saturday I finished Quill, one of The Shawl Society's patterns. I didn't take phtoos when I could, in daylight! I've very pleased wtih this one. It's just a striped shawl with a very simple lace border. A bit astonished that three of the four stashed colours of Felted Tweed went so well together!
This is my third finished TSS shawl. I have Amulet hibernating. I'll make a decision by the end of the year :) The other shawl is the one wiht a simple lace pattern using six colours, which I think I'll skip. The final one is due out soon. We've had yarn hints. My immediate reaction was blah. It's in bulky yarn and I don't have much in stash. i had a (very) quick look at the recommended yarn but I'm not paying £60 for three balls of chunky. The only bit of chunky stash I can think of is some old Elann Seta Lana. I'd been saving it for a garment, but after al of these years I might as well dig in and make a shawl, and it would be great for quick gifts, so I'll probably knti this shawl too.
I've frogged the other shawl I had just started. It's Wavy Bias, very nice patter, but I fancy other things, and Christmas is approaching! The yarn's Louise Hardign Angora Pure, another one saved as garment stash, until I accidentally put some in the laundry (scooped up with laundry) and Mr C texted me to let me know that I'd put yarn in the wash and he had to spend half an hour untangling it. Luckily the rest of the ball has started to felt! This yarn is so buttery soft that it'd make excellent scarves and cowls.
And let's just say that I've been in that ravelry blck hole agian, looking for new stuff to knit! No shawls for a few weeks...