Anchors away, finally

This project took some time to come together. It started out as something different, and then ended up turning into a shawl/wrap. The great thing about this wrap is that it can be worn in so many ways. I’m really glad this project worked out in the end. It’s always such a pleasure working with the Mad Tosh DK, and the colours are so fantastic. Here, I used Norway Spruce and Posy, and I love how they look together.

Wrap worn six different ways

Wrap worn six different ways

 

 

 

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Follow the yellow brick road

We had a great time taking pictures of this wrap in Beacon Hill Park last week. Such a lovely, sunny day and so many good places to do photos in the park.

Yellow Brick Road Wrap/Shawl

Yellow Brick Road Wrap/Shawl

This piece was made with one of my favorite yarns: Sweet Fiber’s Super Sweet Sock Yarn in Abyss, Paper Birch, and Spanish Coin – such incredible colours, and Sweet Fiber is even dyed right here in BC.