pink princess wrap (prayer shawl)

comments (5) October 16th, 2008 in gallery     

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This is my first ever entry for a CraftStylish Challenge... and I was completely lost for where to start! You mean I can do ANY craft???? WOW... too many options there!!!

So I decided to take advantage of the Taunton Books $10 donation, and knit a pink prayer shawl. I made the 'seeds of intention' one, using 10mm needles, and four strands of reclaimed yarn worked together. Since it was for Little Miss Four... I only increased to 69 stitches. I added a crochet daisy for the embellishment. It worked up fairly quickly and I was surprised at the 'stretch' in the knitted fabric, which makes it very comfortable and practical to wear.

My daughter loves this shawl... and calls it her PINK PRINCESS WRAP!


Pattern or design used: Make It Pink: Breast Cancer Prayer Shawl
posted in: gallery, pink, yarn, flower, wrap, shawl, princess

Comments (5)

Rooty_Tooty writes: I love that you used reclaimed yarn & combined yarns to create a beautiful color. The flower with the novelty button is the icing on the cake!
Posted: 11:35 pm on November 12th
laughingpurplegoldfi writes: thanks fabricstitcher... always happy to make others smile :)
Posted: 1:40 am on October 19th
fabricstitcher writes: I agree - your shawl is beautiful - the flower is so cheerful - it made smile when I saw your post.
Posted: 9:54 am on October 18th
laughingpurplegoldfi writes: thanks cirone... I wasn't sure what type of embellishment to add... but was told in no uncertain terms by my daughter that it NEEDED a flower :)
Posted: 11:39 pm on October 16th
cirone writes: that shawl is beautiful! i love the flower and button =)
Posted: 11:20 pm on October 16th
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