Aran Muster and even found a mistake in the chart. The cable on stitches 35-40 on row 33 should cross the other way. The chart key is in German, but if you've done some cabling from charts before, you can just look at the rows and figure out what they want you to do.
I've also finished my Impulse Scallop Shawl, but ran into some problems. It is a lot bigger than I thought it was going to be. Normally I would just do a soaking wash and let it dry on the guest bedroom. However, since I am working on getting my craft storage room organized, the guest room is packed full.
I got my first shelving unit and got things on it, but it didn't go as far as I was hoping. I didn't get anything from the hall, guest room, or other rooms onto those shelves. I mostly moved things that were still in the room over onto the shelves. This does help to uncover things that can be moved out of plastic bags into proper containers or put into a donate/sell/give away pile. It also frees up more floor space. Once enough has been cleared I will be able to get more units in there.
I'm also aware that doing it this way might mean that I will have too many shelving units in the end. That if I had taken the time to go through each thing that are already in bins, that I might have been able to fit more into that one unit. To me, that feels like I would get overwhelmed quickly and I wouldn't make enough progress. My goal right now is to also try and get as much as I can into one room, then I will be able to tackle the individual bins a lot easier. I can always use any extra shelves or bins for something else, or pass them on.
I usually will try and find it based on the name on the pattern and link it here. It seems that this shawl happened so fast that I didn't even mention it. I knew when I finished this one that I wanted to try one out of a thicker yarn. The pattern called for a rather large hook and worsted weight yarn. We gave it a try but it was coming out way too loosely. We switched to some smaller hooks and checked the pattern again.
When we looked at the picture for the class, it showed the shawl being nice and big and plush. It was hard to tell scale in the picture on the pattern because it was just laid flat, like the picture I took above. We then came to realise that they meant for us to use the bulk version of the yarn.
Well, before starting my second one of these, I had some other projects to finish, so it was a bit before I got to this one. Since then, I seem to have misplaced the written pattern. Writing this means that the moment I finish the second one I will find it and it will have been in some very obvious place.