At the indigodragonfly booth, this Striated shawl intrigued me. It is triangular and appears to be knit with decreases on one side down to a point. The decrease side end up being the hypotenuse.
so 'quick like a bunny' (as my mother used to say) I scampered over to Gemini Fibres and bought what I believe was their last copy. There are many other lovely shawls therein contained as well.
Mo was sporting her Maple Leaf shawl which she knit using her handspun. It is gorgeous.
This Castalia shawl is similar to some of the feather and fan knitting I've been doing lately.
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indigodragonfly. I purposely selected autumnal colours as I really only have one rust-coloured shawl that I wear in the fall and thought I needed another.
Miss Babs' booth last year at Rhinebeck and purchased it on Ravelry when I got home. I'm pleased I've found a gradient set with which to knit it.
It also has given me ideas about doing some of my own dyeing for gradient sets. It would certainly be easy enough winding off 5 equal amounts of yarn and dyeing them from dark to light, diluting the dye each time. Yet another project for the summer, I guess.
The TurtlePurl booth had odd lots for sale. These totalled 74g and are certainly enough for me to knit myself a pair of stripey socks with, perhaps, some simple cable detail.