Mostly Wordless Wednesday – Knit Christmas Gifts 2013, Scarves & Shawls edition

Posted by on January 15, 2014 3:02 am in My work | 9 comments

Light Scarf for Mom :

kenai7

kenai5

Shawl for Mother-in-Law :

imbolc4

imbolc5

imbolc3

Scarf for Father-in-Law Bob :

plaid in law 3

plaid in law 5

plaid in law 6


So here are the last of the gifts. The shawl was a project I had worked on and off for about two year. It saw many hours of Game of Thrones and heard many swears, but I was very happy with the result! I don’t think I’ll be working on another similar shawl for a long, long while though!
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9 Comments

  1. Love the pattern on the last one. I can imagine it might be quite a challenge making it though.
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  2. great job!!!!
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  3. I am in awe of your talent. I’m sure everyone was thrilled with their gifts.
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  4. Just exquisite! I can’t imagine anyone’s face not lighting up when they opened their lovely presents. Such talent!
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  5. How wonderful! And the pictures are great, too!
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  6. Stunning!!!!!

  7. WOW! They are incredibly impressive. You are really talented!
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  8. You knit so beautifully. These are so intricate and beautiful… I know I say this on literally every post you put up about knitting, but ugh I must learn.
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  9. Wow, Kay, these are gorgeous! Your family is very lucky and you are certainly talented!

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