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Friday, July 22, 2005

Peacock Update

I've been getting along pretty well on the Peacock Feathers Shawl lately. I thought I'd post a picture of my progress. This is the best picture yet of the color of the yarn. Its Zephyr WoolSilk in Peacock (yeah, I know, I'm really pushing the envelope on color here for this shawl). Hopefully, I can get more done this weekend. I'm down to under 65 rows to the end, which feels pretty good.

Something new around here, Caleb has been strong enough to pick up Ramius for a while, but he is now strong enough to carry him around. Can't you see how happy that makes Ramius? Have a great weekend!


Blogger Christine said...

Peacock in peacock, I love it! Truly, the color is gorgeous and it's probably what I would have chosen myself!

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm just catching up on your blog. I was half asleep since it is 12:12 AM when I read the planets item. Tears are running down my face with laughter and I'm wide awake!! I'll have to read myself to sleep now. ROFLOL
Caleb's grandmama

1:14 AM  
Blogger Teri S. said...

Caleb is looking quite pleased with himself. And Ramius is looking, well, like a long-suffering cat. That's such a cute picture!

6:56 AM  
Blogger stephanie said...

Raimus looks very tolerant given his circumstances. Caleb certainly looks very pleased with himself.

(When I was four my family got a lilac point siamese. I still have the scars.)

9:29 PM  

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