Thought I'd post some of the shawls that I have made or am making with hand spun yarn. I've only done three. The first one was done years ago when I first started spinning. It's actually a very pale peach color that does not translate to the photos. It has belonged to an elderly friend of mine, Louise, all this time so I had to borrow it back to take pictures because it was Pre-Digital Photography. It's a merino wool that I bought from Straw Into Gold in Berkeley CA when it still was there. Spun woolen (hey, I had no clue) it is the christening shawl from Knitters Magazine. Not very even but still pretty. The next one you see is from the same green merino/silk fiber I'm currently spinning. It's Mountain Pines by "Two Old Bags" and was started in 2006 and finished in 2007. I wore it to Stitches West 2007 and it now belongs to my friend, Jerry in Seattle. The last is a very rough hand-spun I made when I came back to spinning after a years long absence. Its very uneven but still has a rustic charm. This shawl languished because I didn't have the correction to the lace pattern and kept getting it wrong. I've got it now but it's a low priority knit for me right now. There you have it. Past/current efforts with my meager hand spun yarn. Hope these next efforts at spinning turn out well. I'm spinning two yarns but will only knit one for my shawl. I plan to give the other yarn to someone else to knit with. Until later!