Recently off The Needles: Slow Exposure Shawl

A while back, I thought it was about time that I worked my way through my drafts and cleared out what still could be made into blog posts. Then delete what couldn’t be used anymore. Some of them were really bad, and some just needed polishing up. So here’s the first one Recently off The Needles: Slow Exposure Shawl.

Recently Off The Needles

A number of years ago at Fibre East, I purchased the Slow Exposure Shawl Pattern from For The Love of Yarn. She had it as part of a kit but I ended up purchasing yarn from other stalls while I was there and had a plan but then never got around to making it. Back in 2020, I decided it was about time I got on with it and then at the beginning of January 2021, I finally cast it off.

My attempt at the Slow Exposure Shawl

The picot cast-off seemed to take forever but I got there in the end. It could do with being blocked properly and hopefully, that will take out the spiral. It’s lovely and soft and really nice to wear when it’s cold enough.

When I shared this to IG back in January 2021, I had also posted that I would try to record what yarns I used and where they came from a bit better – especially when it came to the smaller indie dyers. Well, it worked a bit but I’ve just cast on the Ocean Moon MKAL and guess what – I have yarns but where did they come from?