Amongst the shales and shores of Georgian Bay, in quiet times around dusk, you just may spot a Great Blue or Grey Heron, fishing for it's dinner in the shallow waters. They are peaceful birds, on long, graceful legs good for wading.
I was once told as a child, that Herons represented self-reflection - teaching us to follow our intuition and to know ourselves well.
Yarn * The Dye Guy Socky-Talky, shown in "Bluestone" and "Coal & Ash" (1 skein of each)
Needle * US 5 / 3.75mm
Gauge * 20 sts & 32 rows = 4 inches / 10cm
Finished Dimensions * 27" / 68.5cm deep and 59" / 149.8cm wingspan
Skills * garter tab * intermediate lace (yo, k2tog, ssk, cdd, p2tog, p2togtbl) * patterning on right and wrong sides * picot bind off