Knitter Projects

Knitter Projects: Aranami Shawl

The Aranami Shawl by Olga Buraya-Kefelian is a gorgeous shawl that showcases a striking use of color.  As seen in the countless projects on Ravelry, every knitter has a different color preference; some neutral, some bright and some monochromatic.


This version, knitted by Clementine, arranges Canopy Fingering in a classic and intriguing combination of cat’s claw, brazil nut, chiclet tree, laguna and obsidian that allows the modularly knitted sections to work as one cohesive unit. One of the many successes of the Aranami Shawl is that it lets you appreciate each color both as an individual and a collective, and this version is no exception.


Awesome work, Clemos!

3 thoughts on “Knitter Projects: Aranami Shawl

  1. Evelyn says:

    I love Clementine’s version … gorgeous.

  2. Nicole says:

    Beautiful work, Clem! I love this.

  3. Arnie and Pam says:

    We love the gorgeous version of Clementine as well.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *