Langsjal Jóhönnu is actually done, all except for the waiting for it to dry part, and that’s not far off. Here are some finishing shots.
Off the needles, finally, and with the lifelines bravely removed.
How much yarn did I have left after the edging?
One gram. I calculated to the tenth of an ounce how much yarn I was using for each repeat, so I could use as much of the yarn as possible, but sort of forgot to figure in the crocheted edging. I just squeaked by.
Here’s one of my latest gadgets:
It’s a sterling silver tapestry needle, from Celtic Swan. I really am coveting their sterling double point needles, (hint, hint to husband), but I settled for this. It’s heavenly, and perfect for finishing a project that’s been in the making for nearly two years!
After the stole got a good soak in the sink, I crawled around on the floor with blocking wires and pins. Here’s the pin forest:
And the long shot:
I am ecstatic that this one is finished, finally. I’ll post project details once it’s dry and I can get an action shot.