There is the Lotus Blossom Shawl
complete with edging and bobbles.
I have to admit that blocking wires make all the difference in the world
Earlier this week I think I posted about a scarf variation of Lotus Blossom out of two balls of Regia Cotton Sock yarn on 4.00 needles with 48 stitches of pattern plus two stitches in garter at each edge.
It was an extremely fast knit, taking a bit of time over two days. With the lovely sunshine today, it was a perfect time to block and dry it in the sun.
It was completey dry by late afternoon. I am not pushing my luck and will leave it pinned for a couole of days, just in case. I am going to do this one again, but with the blossoms on both ends next time…..
Good Omens -Neil Gaiman and Terry Prachett