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Finally finishing my shawl

I must confess I have had this shawl on my Triloom for some time... Now I am in the home from of finishing. I am trying to decide on a yarn for the border.

I saw my Triloom teacher today. She does incredible stuff with a Triloom...I would love to be as talented as she is.




  1. I bought a small tri-loom not too long ago. Was lot of fun weaving on it. I have to figure out best ways of finishing it off. I just crocheted around the whole thing for now. Hope you post more of your shawls as you make them.

  2. I knitted a border on it. I just picked up stitches around the edge and completed a border similar to the boneyard shawl pattern on Ravelry.

  3. If your dress is bright red, a shawl in a darker shade or tint of red will play a complimentary role. The darker shades or tone in your shawl create a contrast that is attractive without trying to overshadow the color of your red dress.


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