High Plains Drifter shawl is done

High Plains Drifter Shawl by Kirsten Hipsky
High Plains Drifter Shawl by Kirsten Hipsky

Finally!  Finished!  It has been a lovely knitting project as it didn’t take too many brain cells to do it on autopilot,  4 increases every other row and garter stitch the whole way.  I have been working on it since last June (embarrassing!). Wow! Even though it isn’t blocked yet, the ends are all tucked away, and it had its maiden voyage to the Yarn Harlot evening we went to last Saturday. I love it! It’s soft and it has a lot of drape, and I handpainted the yarn in colors I love.

Me and the Yarn Harlot
Me and the Yarn Harlot

I knit the shawl from our farm yarn that was done with about 15% mohair added in with our sheep’s wool and it was spun into a three ply sock weight. (Well, it’s a little heavier than what I consider sock weight, but it’s beautiful).

High Plains Drifter Shawl by Kirsten Hipsky is a free Ravelry download.  Take a look!

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