I will try app blogging, maybe that will bring me back to this space of mine.
Still light tunic is one of those patterns that many have knit. I was never convinced it would actually suit me, but I am a convert now. Just this morning I thought it's a tad short, but looking at the pictures, I say it's just right. The yarn is Shetland Spindrift that I purchased a whole cone of for Arabella by Brooklyn Tweed, but that pattern has so many pages and so many things going at the same time that it won't happen any time soon.
There are many modifications, I lowered the front neckline a lot by doing short rows. I am not quite satisfied with it, but it did the job. You obviously cannot see it because of the shawl I am wearing it with. So you'll just have to believe me.
This Shaelyn shawl is the most versatile one and I wear it most. I think it's because of the handspun yarn and the many colours that go with it. It's also super soft and just the right size.
Both knits have been finished long ago and have been worn a lot. And look the excellent state they are in! That's thanks to the quality yarns that have been used for them. And I am sure both knits will be staples in my wardrobe for years to come.