Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Sea of Broken Hearts Shawl

In a Sea of Hearts, it's hard to find the crooked ones -- yes, Crooked Hearted Pi Shawl is complete. Is it any wonder that I've made so many ill-advised men choices -- on first glance, all of the hearts look the same.
It's only on closer inspection that you see a heart go astray.

7 comments:

Christine said...

You MUST be the world's FASTEST knitter. Your speed in completing this is amazing! And I don't see where the heart has gone astray. If anyone questions it, it is a design "feature" - just remember that!

Knitty Delicious said...

Holy s**t
I can't believe it is done...is it blocking? Will I see it tonight? I like the team photo...your until we eat humus and octopus

Merrill Mason said...

Egad!

Robin said...

Just lovely, Wendy. Really. Can't wait to see it live.

Dipsy D. said...

Gosh, I can't believe how gorgeous this is, and you've been knitting it up so fast, I'm impressed! And don't you worry, no one will see the heart gone astray! Fantastic work!

Wendy said...

Wow ... lace is popular. I'm working on the Grape Arbor Shawl from Wendy Johnson's book ... not quite sure I'm ready for Icarus!

The Purloined Letter said...

Wow! I'm just starting my first Pi shawl. Now I know who to come for if I get stuck! Looks incredible. (Don't suppose you'll be waring it anytime soon, though....)