On the left, my fabulous green Reversible Cabled Rib Shawl, completed in 2010. On the right, my gold Reversible Cabled Rib Shawl, a work-in-progress:
I thought I was making excellent progress until I saw the photos!
Its a cold, windy day in southern England today; too cold and windy to be taking these shots. But now I am sitting inside with my knitting and hot chocolate, and watching The Princess Bride for the umpteenth time. Maybe I’ll finish it soon. Inconceivable!
I know that feeling! But it will be lovely when it’s finished!
Thank you, Jen!
I really love the design
It’s a very simple design, but quite beautiful. I have seen this pattern adapted in many ways. With a different yarn and less width, it can make a great men’s scarf too.
it IS coming along well, you know it will suddenly be done. I have one, also fine yarn and tiny needles, that seems to stay the same length no matter how much I work on it. I suspect yours is the same? Have faith – when it si done it will be so worth it. 🙂
Thanks for the encouraging words!
pretty! looks like you have 2/3 to go….. next trip to South Africa should do it!
That may be a little optimistic, but I definitely have a lot of long trips planned this year, so who knows?
Wow! Those are some of the most gorgeous cables I’ve ever seen! Best of luck with finishing it 🙂
It is going to be SO worth it. Keep plugging away! I’m going to put my KSH Stripe scarf out of its misery very soon. Three 50g (never-ending!) balls worth of knitting. The end result will be sublime, just like your scarf. You’ve also reminded me I haven’t worn mine this season. I think it might be time to pull it out of hiding.