Saturday, May 9, 2009

Just One More Row

This week I finished knitting a shawl from recycled silk. I just had to have this yarn and the circular pattern which were at the Craft and Quilt Fair in Newcastle last February in Prudence Mapstone's stall . The pattern is called Tapestry Shawl by Jill Vosburg, Just One More Row. . It is a very easy pattern, knitted in short rows with very large gauge needles. As I seem to wear mostly black especially in winter, I thought I needed a bit of colour in my life this year. Jim made me a beautiful Huon Pine button and I sewed it on as a clasp with a piece of carnelian. Carnelian is said to promote peace and harmony, dispel depression, strengthen self confidence, and confer eloquence to a speaker. With this mind, I wore the new shawl with the wood and carnelian button to the Model United Nations Assembly this weekend. I needed all the colour of the recycled silk and the powers of the carnelian as I was the Secretary General in today's session of the simulated General Assembly. It was a great experience.


  1. The shawl looks wonderful and bright!

  2. the shawl is gorgeous.
    And the model United Nations sounds very exciting.

  3. I just love the colours of the shawl. Beautiful.


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