Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Turned the Corner

Is it possible to turn the corner on a round shawl? It's been an awfully long time since those geometry classes in junior high, but I'm pretty sure circles don't have corners.

I’ll just call it a term of art.

I’m halfway through the border of Centrino… check it out:

Centrino-16

I’ve done 18 repeats out of 36, and it feels like the finish is actually in sight. If I keep going at this rate, I may be able to finish two shawls in a month!

10 comments:

Alwen said...

I love knitted-on borders, especially when I get to the point where the end is in sight.

Mereknits said...

Wow! So beautiful, good luck with the rest of it. It looks very complicated.
Meredith

janel said...

This looks like another beauty. I love that color, what yarn is it?

drkknits said...

that is stunning! looks to me like youve turned lots of corners there!

missfee said...

I love the border too - it is unending but as you turn that corner/ half way point it seems to speed up

Donna Lee said...

The idea of turning the corner on a circular shawl seems counter-intuitive but I understand exactly what you're saying! Knitted on borders add such a nice touch that they're worth all the work.

handeyecrafts said...

Absolutely breathtaking.

~RaenWa~ said...

That is gorgeous & great color can't wait to see it when it's done.

Bells said...

oh it is in sight! And it's going to look AMAZING!!!!

Chandler said...

Actually, I love it just like this, unblocked and all. It reminds me of a coral reef!