FO: Vintage Fremont Shawl

Blue skies!
Over-exposed photographs!
It is March and it is not raining.

I finished my first Vintage Fremont shawl.
Despite my earlier descriptions of the colourway as somehow post-apocalyptic, it appears to blend in well with an Aberdeenshire duck pond.  Discuss.

I absolutely loved  the process of knitting this.
I am going to do it again.  Soon.

And the finished object is pretty special too:  garter stitch, lace, that wonderful saw-tooth edging, all together in a great big asymmetrical triangular swoop of knitting.

This is the tiny ball of yarn I had left out of 400 metres.  It was a close thing.

Pattern:  Vintage Fremont by Jami Brynildson, Knitting Bee.
Yarn:  Flockly from Skein Queen in the Hollowgast colourway.  There are a couple of people destashing it on Ravelry right now if you fancy some.  I would if I were you.  70% superwash BFL, 20% silk, 10% cashmere.  Gorgeous.
Inspired by:  Stash and Burn podcast.
Process:  Blissful compulsive knitting.
Verdict:  The first of many.  If you are on my birthday or Christmas list, prepare yourself now.