Follow Your Arrows – finally!

March 18, 2014 0 Comments

The Follow Your Arrow knitalong was a incredible experience and it’s been so fun to see all of the different (very different) finished shawls. If you’re ever in need of something pretty to look at I’d highly recommend scrolling through the Ravelry FO thread. Since it was a mystery though we were a bit lax about photographing our own shawls!

We still haven’t photographed my ones (and uh… I haven’t actually finished the one I was working on during the kal, shhhhh). Yesterday when we were taking pictures of my Sorbetto we grabbed a couple of shawls too – Bex made both of these and you can find more details about yarns and such on her project



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