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I've finally finished the navy alpaca shawl I've been working on. It's turned out really nice, the yarn (fyberspates laceweight alpaca) is lovely, and it's surprisingly warm for such a lightweight (approx 100g) shawl.

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I took it to visit my mother over the weekend, and she really liked it so I've started another one for her in spring colours.

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The pattern (Eva's Shawl) is available on my blog.

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That is absolutely gorgeous! :clap If I was to make the shawl, and I didn't have any laceweight alpaca, what would you recommend using? Size 10 thread, or maybe fingering weight yarn?

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Oh it's gorgeous! This is on my WIM list, but I don't have the right yarn for it in my stash. I love the color you used. Patty

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Very beautiful and sooo elegant

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That is absolutely gorgeous! :clap If I was to make the shawl, and I didn't have any laceweight alpaca, what would you recommend using? Size 10 thread, or maybe fingering weight yarn?

The shawl pattern will work with any weight yarn. I prefer light weight yarns. I'm sure size 10 crochet thread or fingering weight yarn would both be fine

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:yayVery elegant and delicate. You've done a fantastic job. This is definitely on my to do list too.

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Very very pretty. Looks so delicate and lacy.

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It is so beautiful. I love it.

 

Thanks for the pattern :clap I have some yarn that would be perfect.

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Oh how lovely! I like the colours you're using for your mum's shawl, look forward to seeing the finished project :)

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I've finally finished the navy alpaca shawl I've been working on. It's turned out really nice, the yarn (fyberspates laceweight alpaca) is lovely, and it's surprisingly warm for such a lightweight (approx 100g) shawl.

2358464250_cef94b7b34.jpg

I took it to visit my mother over the weekend, and she really liked it so I've started another one for her in spring colours.

2356898791_c40b9d6a4b.jpg

 

The pattern (Eva's Shawl) is available on my blog.

IT SURE TURNED OUT REALY NICE. LOOKS LIKE ONE I COULD DO

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That really is beautiful -- the shape, the stitching, the colors, everything!

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ohh very nice!!!!!!! i love this shawl!

 

is laceweight yarn the same as 2-ply? i get strange looks here when i ask for laceweight yarn.. in India we only yarns according to ply :(

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That's beautiful! I've been looking at that pattern and now I definitely want to put that on my list...

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