Happy Sunday, lovelies!
I hope you're having a wonderful weekend.
I recently finished a sample knit for my local yarn shop-- the Jojoland Melody Swirl Shawl. It's made up of 82 hexagons with a swirling lace pattern.
I used the magic loop method on my size 6 Knitpicks Harmony Options needles. When I started, each hexagon took about an hour to make, but by the last two rows of hexagones, I had it down to 40 minutes or so. And since each hexagon is knitted onto the ones before, there's no seaming, and there's no epic bind-off at the end! Yay!
Here it is on display. It was so exciting to see my knitting among the other gorgeous samples!
By the way, isn't my LYS the cutest shop? It's comfy and cozy and full of the most beautiful yarn. (There are a few more pictures of it here.)
For more technical notes, check my Ravelry project page.
Woohoo! There is nothing like the satisfaction of completing a big project.