Work on the purple quilt continues. Only ten more blocks to piece and 40 more (half of total) to join together.
I have started the Easy Street mystery quilt
with Bonnie Hunter. I don't have enough of any one gray or white for it to be my constant, but I'm going for low-variation, especially in the whites, so it will look nearly solid. Something about the crud going around this week and the dreary weather makes me want to quilt.
I have a finished shawl to report: this is Citron, #11 in my 12 shawls in 2012 challenge. Tertia and Quarta both wanted to model it. I didn't get the lighting quite right for Tertia's shot, but I adjusted it later in photoscape.
So I used a flash when I took the photo with Quarta, but I think it was too much light. In any case, it was a fun, brainless shawl to knit. Yarn is 437 yards of KnitPicks shadow laceweight.
There's Citron underneath my final shawl for the year, a Wingspan in my Targhee homespun. And I'm reading The Legend of Luke by Brian Jacques. I love the Redwall books! Linking up to the yarn-along
over at Ginny's blog.
I even did a bit of spinning yesterday evening, while watching the Grinch with the girls. This is hemp. I've had it in my stash for awhile. No idea what I'll do with it, but it was time to spin it. Secundus asked, and I'm pretty sure you could not get high by smoking it, and you'd look pretty stupid trying.
Is that the Citron shawl from Ravelry? It's pretty!
Your shawl models are lovely and the shawl turned out really well. Hope the mystery quilt is fun - I started last years but haven't finished yet so I banned myself from this years adventure :-)
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