Here, let me show you the finishing process it went through - BLOCKING
In blocking you need to first wrap the piece in a towel to get the excess water out and then lay it out on a flat surface. (In this case I used the largest beach towel I have. I apologize for the clashing of the towel colors with the shawl colors.)
Here are some shots of the final results!
I love the leaves, and the edging!
This would look great with jeans!
Once draped around the neck like this, it's surprisingly warm because it's 75% wool!
I knitted it with machine washable wool - so you can put it on the delicate cycle in a lingerie bag, and lat flat to dry! So much easier to care for than most hand-knit shawls!
You can get it in my shop TerahClassyCreations.etsy.com. Oh, and I have also added to my line of hand-stamped tags for personalized gifts! And for you knitters out there, I'm going to be adding some hand-stamped stitch markers that I'm pretty excited about! So stay tuned, and feel free to stop by anytime!