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Old 08-22-2013, 10:21 AM   #1
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Sangre de Cristo Sunset Shawl - WIP
Bind off has begun

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Knitted Lace Bind Off

What a great bind off this is! I had been eagerly anticipating this, with over 1400 stitches on the circulars, it was virtually impossible to see how this was going to turn out
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Old 08-22-2013, 02:41 PM   #2
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Oh mm gee. Claire, that's amazing. Looking forward (very much) to seeing your FO!!
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I love lace, that's so great.
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Originally Posted by claireweber View Post
Bind off has begun

Thank you salmon for providing this link:

Knitted Lace Bind Off

What a great bind off this is! I had been eagerly anticipating this, with over 1400 stitches on the circulars, it was virtually impossible to see how this was going to turn out
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This shawl is coming along so beautifully! You've really worked your way through all aspects of it. Glad the bind off was helpful.
Yes, I'm looking forward to seing the finished piece as well.
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1400 stitches!! Are you keeping track of how long the bind off takes? I'd be curious to know! Anyway, it looks like the FO will be beautiful. I can't wait to see it!
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I keep coming back to admire your work. So often multiple colors and patterns seem to collide and fight but you have the perfect combination here. It is so lovely!
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Pretty colors! You have a lot of faith; 1400 stitches! Wow!
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