Let's take a break from the Irish vacay raconteur-ship (and subsequent artistic lingual license with that last word) to take a looksee at what I accomplished while on the plane to and from Dublin:
Henceforth, this garment shall be called The Aer Lingus Shawl! And it 'tis quite fetching, no?
At any rate, I do believe that I was the only individual who boarded the plane with an entire backpack stuffed, and I do mean filled to the brim, full of yarn. It couldn't be helped. I mean, where else was I going to get a full ten hours (each way) of uninterrupted yarn-and-me time?
So I used my several hours of squishage in a coach seat wisely, for I am working out the logistics of more pieces for Project Wrongway. Just you wait and see...The pattern for this large knitted semi-circle will have its due in the limelight on the Wrongway, whatever it's transformation. Of this, you can be sure. For now though, it is pretty, functional and downright NORMAL. Anyway, I need a bit of normality 'round this here bloggy blog blog every now and again...
Yarn: Crystal Palace Merino Stripes in colorways 24 and 34
Needles: Size 9 40" circ
I'll write up the pattern for you all this week. It's totally simple. Hell, you can probably figure it out just by looking at it! LOL
And while we're on the topic of shawls, here's my little finished batwing diddy made from an Elann freebie pattern that I forgot to show a while back:
Ooooooh, just saw this one on Elann, while getting the link for batwingola. I think I need more yarn...