Alexandrite Lacey Shells Shawl


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And now the big reveal....the Alexandrite Lacey Shells Shawl!  This shawl is made from the sock yarn I purchased this summer.  It's a blend of 90% superwash merino wool and 10% nylon.  This was my first experience with a yarn so fine, but in the end, it was worth the work invested.  I'd love to try sock yarn again...you know, when I'm off the yarn diet.  :-)

Desi had fun trying on the shawl, but now it's in the shop!



7 comments:

  1. The turned out to be quite beautiful Libby! Told you sock yarn was addicting for crochet projects. :)

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  2. Oh It is so beautiful!!!!!

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  3. Hi Libby,

    It's absolutely B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L Congrats!

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  4. beautiful shawl and great picture.

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  5. W.O.W. That is beautiful! I was *thiiiiis* close to buying sock yarn for some open fingered mitts that I want to try from the Crochet Liberation Front Book....but I chickened out at the last minute since I have so many other things on my plate. (Also, I'm supposedly on a "yarn diet" too, but I keep cheating every now and then....) Your shawl is gorgeous!!

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  6. I love this shawl so much,
    the color, the shape-
    everything about it is beyond awesome!

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