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Friday, October 9, 2009

Finished!

...my daughters lace bridal shawl. I knit this out of cobweb weight yarn from Scotland. Her Grandmother brought it back for me when she was just little as I knew someday I would do this for her. It's light as a feather! Can't wait to see it draped over her shoulders.

15 comments:

  1. So very beautiful! It will become a treasured heirloom.

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  2. Many thanks...a lot of heart went into it. Heirloom is exactly my thinking Colt, I'll be stopping by The Container store to find the right kind of 'box' for her to store it in. Everyone have a great weekend, k

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  3. This is absolutely beautiful. Is it an original design? Do you have original designs you would like to have published?

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    In and Because of HIM,
    Susan

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  4. Oh wow, it's gorgeous! I bet she'll be so proud to wear it. :-)

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  5. kimberley this is stunning, you have such patience! and such a beatiful gift/heitloom for your daughter. I am just back from shetland ,where the had the finest knitting i had ever seen in the museum at lerwick. well done , i think your lass will be delighted x

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  6. Hope you don't mind, but I have featured your beautiful shawl on my blog crystal velvet weddings.

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  7. Thank you 'Crystal'! I don't mind at all, can't wait to see my daughter with this on. It's only a month away.

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  8. Just so beautiful and delicate-what a treasure!

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  9. Wow i havent been on in so long..(June) that I had forgotten about your daughters wedding...sooooo beautiful..how wonderful for you..I loooove the shawl..its exquisite..what a beautiful handmade item..I so glad everything went so well..Im glad to have come back on such a sweet post...Bye for now..Robin

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  10. The shawl was gorgeous...even more so on Whitney. You should post a picture of it on her on that special day!

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  11. My gosh, Kim, is this ever stunning! So delicate, so lovely. I'm sure your daughter will cherish this beautiful shawl forever. I love the story behind the yarn you used. I can't even imagine doing something like this. You truly are one gifted lady! xo :)

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Kimberly