One of my weekend goals was to pick a lingering knitting project and set it free. I chose my target and assessed the situation. I looked at what had been knit and consulted the pattern. There wasn't that much left to knit. I could finish this up and maybe tackle another project before Monday rolled around.
I did finish but not with much weekend time left to spare. I blame it all on a couple of time-consuming interruptions and a math mistake. Apparently my calculations were off, and a 24-row repeat didn't yield the number of inches I thought it did. Never mind. I didn't let a minor math error get in the way of forward progress.
I'm thrilled with the results.
This design is worked on the bias and creates a cozy, cushy fabric. With lace on one side and textured ribbing on the other, this shawl can be worn on either side. The I-cord edges are knit-as-you-go and make a nice finished edge.
Massey is a substantial shawl, but the pattern can easily be adapted to make it smaller.
The yarn is Dirty Water DyeWorks Lucia, colorway Lupine.
Ready to be packed away for fall travels.