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Today I'd like to show you a shawl I made... well, about a couple of months ago in fact! It was meant to be a gift for a friend, but I've finally been able to give it to her only today, so I couldn't show you before, since she visits my blog from time to time.
The pattern, you may know it, is the pretty famous "Seraphina's Shawl" by Doni's Stuff (in case you're not familiar with it you can get it on Ravelry for free, and I highly recommend it: 
I used a thin wool, Four Seasons Gründl Hot Socks Spectra, shade 50, and it took me quite some time to finish, but I'm pretty satisfied with how it turned out.
So, not really a Xmas item as you can see, those are soon to come! : )

Oggi vi mostro uno scialle che ho realizzato un paio di mesi fa. Doveva essere un regalo per un'amica, ma sono riuscita a darglielo solo oggi, quindi non potevo mostrarvelo prima, dato che di tanto in tanto viene a leggere il mio blog.
Forse riconoscerete lo schema, è abbastanza famoso, si chiama "Seraphina Shawl" ed è di Doni's Stuff (se non lo conoscete potete scaricarlo gratuitamente da Ravelry, io ve lo consiglio:
Io ho usato una lana sottile, la Four Seasons Gründl Hot Socks Spectra, colore 50, e mi ci è voluto abbastanza tempo per finirlo, ma sono piuttosto soddisfatta del risultato.
Come potete vedere non si tratta di un prodotto natalizio, ma arriveranno presto anche quelli! : )


  1. Wow!!che lavorone!!! e che pazienza...complimenti!

  2. Your shawl is stunning.

  3. Finalmente sono riuscita ad entrare nel tuo blog !!! Da quando l'hai cambiato ho difficoltà. Lo scialle è molto bello e mi piacevano pure i guanti gialli. in particolare mi piaceva il fatto che hai continuato a lavorare sul pollice......Tante belle cose!!!

  4. Really beautiful !!!!!!!!
    Have a Merry Christmas !

  5. Molto bello!Grazie del Link e se non ci incrociamo prima,tanti cari auguri di Buone Feste !Un abbraccio!

  6. Wonderful!! ♥ The yarn looks perfect for it. Thanks for the pattern link. Merry Yule, dear Valentina!!

  7. So pretty! I love the colour :) xx

  8. Beautiful shawl - love the colours.

  9. Great work !!!! Impressive !! And again :-)) Have a very happy Christmas night !!! Hugs xx

  10. Stupendo il tuo scialle bellissimo il colore che hai usato sembrano le ali di una farfalla!!Auguroni di un sereno Natale!!Bacioni


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