I unpinned my Cherry Pi shawl on Saturday morning and wore it to the crochet workshop I was teaching in Horwich that day - it was admired a lot!
I also wore it yesterday and I plan on wearing it a lot more.
Here I am modelling it!
You can wear it in many ways and it is the perfect shawl for those 'not as warm as they should be' spring days.
I'm now catching up to Michelle who is over halfway through the next shawl from the book we're crocheting, Northmoor Lock.
I started mine last night using a skein of hand dyed sock yarn from The Knitting Goddess called 'When Granny Weatherwax Knits Socks' in the colourway Octarine. The pattern crochets up very quickly and I'm nearly halfway through my yarn so it's nearly time to start decreasing (and I only started it last night!)
Here it is at the beginning.
I'm hoping to have this finished by the end of the week so I can take it away with me on my mini-holiday to Northumberland.
You can find the link to buy the ebook featuring 6 beautiful shawl patterns, including Cherry Pi and Northmoor Lock, designed by Joanne Scrace of The Crochet Project here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cherry-pi-2