Monday, November 14, 2016

Picot Dot Wrap - revisited

Picot Dot Wrap
off the needles
November 2016
When the Picot Dot Wrap/Shawl came off the needles last week, it didn't look very appealing.

Actually, it resembled a colorful sting ray. I seriously questioned whether the pronounced hump in the middle would even come out in the blocking, but . . .
shawl being blocked
with a few hundred pins, I managed to straighten the edge. 

the finished shawl
Once the shawl dried completely, it was ready for its photo shoot. 

The center hump is slightly visible, but it has been tamed enough to wrap around the neck.

Pattern: Picot Dot Wrap by Cheryl Zuccaro

Yarn: Kauni wool
         colors EC (black/grey - 140g - used 69g) and EQ (rainbow - 160g  - used 85g)

Needles: US size 6

The pattern states the kit will make 2 shawls - colors reversed. My finished shawl used 154 total grams of wool, and I have 146 grams remaining. By adding a bit of another black yarn, I will have enough to knit the second shawl.


  1. You create the most beautiful things!

  2. Very pretty! That picot edge just kicks it up a notch, doesn't it?

  3. Nancy The knitting is fantastic. YOu created a gorgeous shawl. BLocking is an issue for me . Allison seems to block well and get it to behave. I think it is lovely Nancy

  4. This turned out beautifully Nancy. Gorgeous.

  5. I like the picot edging. I had a pattern I did that had that (Fisherwoman's Cowl). When I first saw that I had to do a 'picot' I had a panic attack but found they are pretty easy to do. You Tube videos are a blessing for a beginning knitter!

  6. I knew it was going to be pretty but it surpasses my expectations! It's amazing! Love the picot trim.

  7. Glad you were able to get it to behave. It looks great now!

  8. Oooooooooooo, Nancy! That is BEAUTIUFL!

  9. Oh I like it, you could wear it with just about any color!

  10. How apt a description -- colorful sting ray. After blocking it looks great. Do you steam it while pinned? Do you have to re block shawls after washing?


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