First off, heartfelt thanks to everyone who weighed in here or on Facebook to my “to frog or not to frog?” question. As you can see in the above photo, I decided to keep my “design modification” and finish without shame.
Pattern: Chadwick by Stephen West
Yarn: Tanis Fiber Arts, Blue Label Fingering
(Mallard and Chestnut)
I’m a bit sad this project has come to an end — it was that perfect combination of interesting but not too challenging to knit. And the yarn… Gorgeous and so aptly named. I’m a MN-raised girl who’s always loved watching mallards on the lake. The interplay of blue and green is spot on — and makes me so happy.
Credit goes to Albuquerque, though, for today’s bright January sun and running water to pool my the shawl alongside.
4 thoughts on “FO: Just Ducky Chadwick”
That is STUNNING! Wow.
that looks so cool, I love the colour blocking and the stripes- it turned out beautifully!
Love the mix of colors!
beautiful. I have started this pattern many times. went to a size 7 needle, i am using jade sapphire, cashmere. burnish gold and mulberry. I just discovered some of my yarn-overs are twisted and some not. do yo have any idea what I maybe doing wrong? are they suppose to be twisted? any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.