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Friday, September 08, 2006

Yes, I started it...

I couldn't wait until I finished everything else I'm supposed to be working on! I started my Flower Basket Shawl with the hand spun merino and silk. Its hard to see here, but the color is starting to change from a clear pale purple to a dusty, silvery purple color. I've got to find something darker to photograph this on that is less slippery than the hardwood floor would be. Otherwise, I can't spread it out! Its an easy knit and not too chart dependent, but I promise I'll get back on my Mystery Stole this weekend. I've got to get it finished so I can get the pattern written up. I also have my Soleil tank that still isn't finished - I'm past the point where it divides into a front and back, but I've seriously lost interest in it since its after Labor Day and I probably won't wear it until next Spring. I might just let it marinate in stash for a while because there are several sweaters I want to get done for Fall and Winter. Must. Get. Finn. Trained!

3 Comments:

Anonymous P-la said...

It's gorgeous!!!

8:59 AM  
Blogger Madame Purl said...

That is beautiful. I can't wait to watch your progress.

11:20 AM  
Blogger Opal said...

Your handspun is so gorgeous and it shows off the lace to wonderful effect.

2:18 PM  

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