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November shades / Sfumature di Novembre

A cascade of fallen leaves that I can always bring with me!

Una cascata di foglie da portare sempre con me!



Do I have to write much about this shawl?
I don't think so, I'll just say some basic things: I love these Autumny shades, and I absolutely love this leafy pattern, so guess what? I'm in love with the finished shawl! : )
It's big enough to wrap around the torso and be tied behind the back - consider I'm 1.75m tall and not exactly thin...
Yarn is Maddison Colorado, colorway # 11. Lovely wool though 50% acrylic, quite soft and very nice to work with.

C'è bisogno che scriva molto riguardo questo scialle?
Non credo, mi limiterò a poche cose essenziali: amo le sfumature autunnali, e amo gli schemi che ricordano una cascata di foglie (qui quello che ho usato), perciò indovinate? Adoro questo scialle! : )
E' abbastanza grande da avvolgere il busto ed essere annodato dietro la schiena - contate che sono alta 1.75m e non proprio secca...
Il filato è Colorado del marchio Maddison, colore # 11. Bella lana anche se al 50% è acrilica, piuttosto morbida e piacevole da lavorare.

Comments

  1. Sarà che adoro gli scialli,ma è stupendo.I colori sono meravigliosi.Grazie x lo schema,questo non l'ho ancora provato.Metto in lista!;-)

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  2. The colours are beautiful and I love the pattern! Absolutely perfect seasonal shawl :) xx

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  3. It's very beautiful. Love the colours.

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  4. Lovely shawl!! Just perfect for the fall :)

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  5. Fabulous to have a reminder of such beautiful autumnal colours. Love the shape and style too.
    Ali x

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  6. Gorgeous!! ♥ What a fantastic color combination and such a pretty photo :-). Great job!

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