Isn't Lace Fun?
This mucky picture is my class project for the Needlecraft University Triangular Shawl Class that Sallee from Knit Red KAL convinced me to take along with her and Kitt. We all started last Saturday. The goal for the first week is to get the first 24 rows completed and do a "block in progress" to determine if your yarn and needle choice is working. I am pretty happy overall, now that I see it pinned in place and drying (yep, those dark spots on my cutting board are water). I am using Wool of the Andes from Knitpicks. As you can see from the picture, the last row I have completed is on the circular needle, up at the top of the photo. One of the best tips I have gotten from the class so far is to use builders' styrofoam for blocking, so that I won't destroy my cardboard cutting board!