/ by: RoseHoffaQuilts

Danish Tie Shawl

Finally a finished project.

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So I don’t much like this photo of myself, I have this crazy look on my face… but here you go.

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And the back.  I really am happy I stuck with this.  I love how it turned out and I really enjoyed wearing it yesterday.

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  • Beautiful shawl – I LOVE the tie-in-the back aspect!
    (maybe I especially like it because I’m Danish – must be in my DNA!)

  • It’s lovely! I had no idea it was newly completed, of I’d have said something at knitting group. It looks very warm and cozy.

  • Love the edge. Is that the recommended edge in SPINOFF or your own idea? I think it adds just the right little interest to the the whole shawl. Nice

  • Your shawls are lovely. Someone gave me a copy of the Spin Off shawl and now I am on my
    sixth shawl since the spring. I think I have an addition. After the first one I cheated and used the Ozark Tie Shawl pattern. I have been using Homespun (Lionbrand) and they move along. I did treat myself to some NH grown and spun yarn. Like butter in your hands.
    You are so lucky to have your own fleece etc. Mary in NH

  • Just above I posted and now I just finished my tenth shawl using Marble by Brett in garnet reds for my neice. Was trying to find pictures so she can
    figure out how to tie it together when I mail it to her. One shawl I knitted was too short sooooooo I added long fringe around the two sides and it litterally filled in the gap. Lionbrand has lovely shawl patterns as well.

  • COMMENTS (11)

    1. mary young 30 July - 2012

      Just above I posted and now I just finished my tenth shawl using Marble by Brett in garnet reds for my neice. Was trying to find pictures so she can
      figure out how to tie it together when I mail it to her. One shawl I knitted was too short sooooooo I added long fringe around the two sides and it litterally filled in the gap. Lionbrand has lovely shawl patterns as well.

    2. mary young 08 January - 2010

      Your shawls are lovely. Someone gave me a copy of the Spin Off shawl and now I am on my
      sixth shawl since the spring. I think I have an addition. After the first one I cheated and used the Ozark Tie Shawl pattern. I have been using Homespun (Lionbrand) and they move along. I did treat myself to some NH grown and spun yarn. Like butter in your hands.
      You are so lucky to have your own fleece etc. Mary in NH

    3. Ina 12 February - 2009

      Looks super! I also love the way your edge turned out!

    4. helen 26 October - 2008

      Love the edge. Is that the recommended edge in SPINOFF or your own idea? I think it adds just the right little interest to the the whole shawl. Nice

    5. cyndy 24 October - 2008

      It looks great! Nicely done!

      Love the way the edge worked up!

    6. Julie 24 October - 2008

      It’s lovely! I had no idea it was newly completed, of I’d have said something at knitting group. It looks very warm and cozy.

    7. margene 24 October - 2008

      I love it!! It must be easy to wear with the ends tucked away. Very, very nice!!

    8. Julie 24 October - 2008

      Everything is better with a little chocolate 😉

    9. Holly 23 October - 2008

      LOVE it!

    10. Pat 23 October - 2008

      Beautiful shawl – I LOVE the tie-in-the back aspect!
      (maybe I especially like it because I’m Danish – must be in my DNA!)

    11. Eva 23 October - 2008

      Gorgeous!!!!