June 21, 2011 Finally! More than two years since I started it, I finally got up the energy to finish it up. Of course, it still needs a good bath and blocking. Here are some “before” photos – it still looks pretty awesome, even unblocked. 16 Responses to “peacock feathers is off the needles!” Kate in Toronto June 21, 2011 Lovely and you get your needles back! Reply Sue H June 21, 2011 Congrats on the finish! Reply Janieb June 21, 2011 Unblocked lace just rocks potential. It has all the excitement of a first date ;) Reply Erin June 21, 2011 ‘like’-ing this on my Google Reader just wasn’t enough…. I LOVE IT!! Just gorgeous!! Reply enidb June 21, 2011 It’s beautiful, even in its unblocked state. Gives me some inspiration to finish the shawl dragging on my needles. Reply Dina June 21, 2011 That is so beautiful: love the colour and the lacy pattern. I need to try my hand at lacy shawls . . . Reply --Deb June 21, 2011 Congratulations! That’s one of my all-time favorite shawl patterns. So much so that I occasionally toy with knitting it a third time! Reply Karen June 21, 2011 Looks great! It’s going to be a stunner, for sure. I knitted one about 5 years ago, and it’s still one of my fave projects. Can’t wait to see it blocked! Reply monbouton June 22, 2011 it already looks beautiful, I’m waiting eagerly for the “after” photos! Reply Donna June 22, 2011 Congratulations, I just got my Peacock Feathers done, but I got it blocked too this past weekend. It’s almost the same colour, too. Enjoy. It is beautiful. Reply Norma June 23, 2011 Gorgeous! Reply Elizabeth June 23, 2011 Anyone who can make unblocked lace look this exciting is an amazing photographer (and knitter)! Reply Knittripps June 23, 2011 Gorgeous! Maybe that is the motivation I need to finish up my 2 year old WIP Birch :) Reply Maryse June 23, 2011 Congratulations! I also finished my 2 year old Thermal recently! Lovely color and pattern! It will be fun to block and see the change! Reply Felicia from sweetgeorgia June 24, 2011 Beautiful! Congratulations on finishing! The blocking will absolutely transform it… can’t wait to see! Reply Lauren July 3, 2011 Gorgeous! Are you going to have the pattern for sale? I desperately want to knit this to go with my wedding dress! Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email.