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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Stash-busting #10 - Shawl.


Mitt siste stash buster prosjekt i april er et heklet sjal i plantefarget ullgarn som akkurat rakk å bli ferdig før fristen gikk ut :)

Egentlig hadde jeg tenkt å lage et lite sjal, men jeg så ganske snart at dette ikke fungerte som lite sjal. Dermed var det bare å fortsette å hekle til det ble stort nok til å bre om seg.
Hadde jeg i utgangspunktet visst at sjalet skulle bli såpass stort ville jeg helst ha brukt flere farger, men nå ble det som det ble...

Mønsteret fant jeg her


My last stash-buster project for April is a crochet shawl in naturally dyed wool, which just got finished before the time was up :)

My original plan was to make a small shawl, but after a little while I realised that this would not work as a small shawl. So I just kept crocheting adding more and more rows untill it was big enough to wrap myself in.
If I had known the shawl would end up this size I would rather have used more colours, but this is how it turned out...

The pattern was found here.


Sjalet er heklet i staver på heklepinne nr 5.
Til slutt heklet jeg en runde fastmasker rundt sjalet. 


The shawl was crocheted in treble crochet on hook no. 5.
Finally I crocheted a row of single crochet around the edge.



Og mengde garn som er brukt opp er 394 gram.


The amount of yarn spent on the shawl was 394 grams. 

19 comments:

Ali said...

OOOh Hilde - its beautiful!
I really love your naturally dyed colours - and beautiful styling!
Ali x

Hilde said...

Thank you Ali :)

linda said...

It's beautiful Hilde :)

A wondering star said...

Sjalet ble så fint!
Du kan være stolt av ditt verk!
Kan alle bli med på stash-buster?
Ha en fin kveld!:-)

My Simple Life said...

hello hilde,
your shawl is beautiful.love the colours.
wish you a wonderful week,
regina

Annuk said...

It's lovely, Hilde, and it fits in so well with nature! I'm sure you're going to enjoy it! :)
Hugs!

Mia said...

Så fint det blev, ska verkligen säga du slankar garnlagret :)

Yael said...

This shawl awakes in me words like cozy, warm, protected, wrapped-in, feeling good, fall, winter, rainy days, earthly colors and earthly joys, windy days, hearth fire, evening chill, morning breeze, snuggled-in, garden stroll, walk in the woods, cloudy and foggy skies, cool spring hours - and many more...

What a blessing you made yourself Hilde!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I'd be very happy with those earth-tone colors!

Anne said...

Looks beautiful!
I love the
earth-tone colours :)

Edda Soffía said...

This shawl looks so cosy and with that basket the imagination goes wild. I can just imagine picnik on a nice spring day.......
Love it

Willow said...

I am drawn to Earth tone colors, so I certainly think this is a lovely shawl !

Hanne Bente said...

Det er super flot Hilde. Du er super kreativ. Ønsker dig en god dag:) Knus Hanne Bente

earthenmagic said...

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Hilde said...

Thank you for all your beautiful words! Many hugs to you all :)

karisma said...

Gorgeous!!!!!! I can just imagine being snuggled up in that lovely warm shawl. Just perfect. The colours look fabulous!

September Violets said...

This shawl is really beautiful ... love the natural dyed colours you've used. Perfect size for a cool spring morning outdoors! Wendy :)

Natas Nest said...

What a lovely shawl, Hilde! ♥ Great natural color play and as simple the pattern is, as beautiful it is!! Perfect for playing with colors and yours are matching wonderfully :-). Together with the basket it reminds of a walk in the woods, smelling fresh autumn in the air and collecting some of Mother Nature's gifts!

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

A very beautiful shawl, Hilde.. I wish you a Happy Week.. Hugs Judy

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