A Little Virus

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Hello and happy weekend!

Is it possible that Thanksgiving is just around the corner?

The unseasonably warm weather lends me toward unbelief…even if we did have a major snowstorm predicted for today.

We ended up with a few inches…

I am posting this on an entirely unfamiliar screen, which makes me a bit uncertain…doesn’t WordPress know I am too old to deal with techno-change???

We’ll see how much longer it takes me to blog.

Today shall be the shawls I promised! I must confess, however, that I miscounted…there are four, not three, and one seems to be missing?

No, you may not comment about my many WIPS and that it is likely buried in a pile of yarn! 🙂 I know it all too well…

Shawl #1:

With an H hook (5mm) and RedHeart Unforgettable in Stained Glass

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http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lilys-rose-garden-shawl

The colors are glorious though I am still learning to get along with my new camera…

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This is truly my favorite yarn these days. And a great pattern, so simple, but lovely.

Shawl #2:

A virus. I used a chart googled off the internet, but word-on-the-street is that most folks are following a YouTube video.

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An H hook (5mm) and RedHeart Unforgettable in Echo- a stunning combination of purples and greens that is somehow gray, overall. I love it.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/virus-shawl—virustuch

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And the third, featured previously here:

https://thesparklytoad.wordpress.com/2015/10/31/the-perfect-all-hallows-eve/

Shawl #3) The South Bay Shawlette in gorgeous fall colors

I am in a bit of Unforgettable frenzy…I made a special trip to the city a few weeks ago and bought a dozen skeins of color I can’t get in town: Stained Glass, Echo, Sunrise and Polo.

This is Sunrise, with a J hook:

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Pattern here:

http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/90489AD.html?ss=

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The snow is so light and pretty on the black trees and my red berry bushes.

I find myself thankful for a quiet day to tend to hearth and home before the hustle and bustle of the holiday week.

May you be blessed now and always.

 

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