Holes. What is it about knitting or crocheting a hole that thrills me so? Well, technically one does not knit or crochet a hole. Technically one knits or crochets stitches that leave a blank space, aka hole.
Stephen West. I participated in the Mystery KAL which brought a whole new twist to the project. While there was video support for some of the tricks involved, there was no photo released during the phased pattern release.
And it was fun!
Yarn choice was left up to each knitter. I chose La Jolla from Baah! If you are making your Holiday Wish List, put this yarn at the top. Utter perfection. As in perfect yarn. Skeins that do not get all tangly when you wind them. Yarn that glides through your fingertips and slides into stitches with nary a hiccup. Colors that make your skin glow. Can you tell that I love me some Baah!?
If you plan to knit the unusual triangle, be warned that the final blocked shawl is "of a size." It is huge in one direction. There is plenty of stitch work to wrap around a person in a multiple of unique ways.
See for yourself how tall/long it is. Easily over six feet. Much of that is a gradually narrowing point to the triangle. Don't go thinking that the narrow end will keep you warm. That narrow part is best put to use as accent for the larger field of stripes, holes, and color bands.
This is one that I will make again - - as soon as I rush out to get more Baah!