So my sister Debbi got married this weekend. The best wedding ever – a cookout in jeans & t-shirts! Sorry for the bad quality of photos – don’t know what happened with my camera.
Before the wedding…
Squeebie & Mom during set up at 8 am. And Converse sneakers Squeeb “sequined” for her day.
Squeeb & Dad in his tuxedo t-shirt
walking down the aisle to a punk rock version of the wedding march!
Five minutes later…The Kiss!
Donna with her purple hair piece just for Squeeb.
(See Squeeb, she did it!)
The new addition to the Conway Family – welcome Tom!
Just remember, you’re not a true member until you snarf!
Squeebie enjoying hotdogs with Mrs. Traut’s macaroni salad!!
And a rainbow the next day wishing them all the love
and happiness in the world!
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Just started a new mystery shawl from WestKnits – still on clue 1 even though clue 2 has been released. Taking my time with this one. Interesting construction so far.
The Summer Solistice Mystery Shawl from Wendy Knits is done. Not too happy with it. Used needles recommended and had tons of yarn left over. It barely fits around my neck. May frog, use 2 needle sizes bigger and add extra rows. It’s in the time out for now. I’m so disappointed – I’ve never been disappointed with any Wendy Knits pattern, but there’s a first time for everything I guess.
I got sidetracked by the Marin Shawl by Ysolda Teague. Beautiful construction and fun to knit!
I just blocked 2 shawls – the Sangria Shawlette and the Secret of Change Shawl. Hopefully they will dry quickly. Photos coming soon. Here’s a teaser:
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So I’m still knitting, crocheting and designing. Yes, it’s been a while since posting. So what have I been up to?
I’ve been playing around with dyeing yarn! This is a sampling from Holiday presents for Knitting Central Staff.
Loved how beautiful these skeins turned out. I used one color for each, and over dyed to get the semi-solid effect.
Here’s a sampling of the projects I’ve been knitting/crocheting:
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This lace scarf is so light and airy it feels as if there is a cloud around your neck! The lace repeat is simple, and allows the beauty of the yarn to shine through!
Knit with Berroco Ultra Alpaca Fine [50% Peruvian Wool, 20% Super Fine Alpaca, 30% Nylon, 433 yds 100g ball]; 1 skein; or 433 yds fingering weight yarn on size 4 needles with a gauge of 6 sts per inch before blocking.
Ravelry people can see the pattern here.
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