Friday, February 10, 2017

A Phase!

The  shawl is off the blocking board! 
It has lots of pretty short rows of stockinette and eyelet rows! 
I can't wait to wear it!
KnitPicks Stroll yarn in Koi Pond yarn-one skein of fingering weight yarn-the whole skein
on number 6 needles. 
After blocking the shawl, Elena and I went and picked up my Mom to go and visit our local antique stores.
I picked up this plate, paperweight and kaleidoscope. 
 The plate is to replace the one Lena shattered so I will use it for my painting palette.
This is the second one to add to the collection I want to begin.
I already love glass and it is amazing to see how intricate they are! 
The kaleidoscope is very similar to the one I already enjoy-now there will be two for the grandkids to enjoy with me!
Slow days are nice, too!


  1. The shawl is perfect! The colors in the yarn played very nicely with the pattern.

  2. Wow, that shawl is beautiful! I love the topsy-turvy eyelet, and the colorway is so striking.

    Love your treasures, too!

  3. Just an amazing shawl finish. Love the colors. Love the blocking magic

  4. Your shawl is BEAUTIFUL!!!

  5. The shawl is lovely! Amazing what blocking can do.

  6. What a gorgeous shawl! I have that yarn in my stash...was going to make some socks, but now am thinking of a shawl!


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