Archive for the ‘Luna Moth Shawl’ Category


knittedyarns 2008 FOs and UFOs

As 2008 draws to a close, I have been reviewing my knitting for the year and my growing list of UFOs. Due to our wedding, much of the first half of the year was focused on the big event. As a result, 2008 was not as productive as 2007 in terms of finished objects (aka […]

knittedyarns Dreaming in Orange – Ribbon Lace Scarf Again

The color orange seems to be peaking out this season. It started as more of a pumpkin color which inspired me to knit the Luna Moth Shawl in rust angora (discovered in my stash). Lately, orange making more of a splash in the display windows on Fifth Avenue.  This orange is a brighter color. It’s the main […]

knittedyarns Luna Moth Shawl Completed & Blocked

Due to the warmth of the furry angora, I decided to make my Luna Moth Shawl smaller than suggested by the pattern. I wanted a shawl that would cover my shoulders or to wrap over a winter coat. Therefore, I knitted a total of four pattern repeats rather than the six recommended in the pattern. […]

knittedyarns Luna Moth Shawl

Bitten by the lace bug, I was pursuing Ravelry in search of a new project and I discovered the Luna Moth Shawl. Despite my library of knitting books including a number of lace favorites, I wanted to see what the knitting community viewed as popular.  This wonderful pattern which creates a deep shawl is available from Elann. Having […]