J. took this picture - it's a little dark, because he isn't real familiar with digital technology, and I didn't think to go in and edit the photo before I uploaded it. Ah, well - hindsight is 20/20.
Here's a closeup of the lace pattern - basic feather and fan/Old Shale. This shawl is neat - you start with 3 stitches and increase every right side row until it's long enough.
I really, really love how this turned out. I'm thinking I need to make me one out of the Chasing Rainbows silk (in the "More Teals" colorway) that's currently on the Norwegian. It's a yummy, yummy roving - it's spinning up like buttah, I'm getting good consistancy with, and it should ply up at about lace/fingering weight. Have I mentioned it's yummy?
Almost time to blow this joint - ciao!