Ruth: I enjoy having you at one of my get togethers, too You can come any time you like.
In this photo, you can see the book. The author is Ann Feitelson, and it's the Fridarey cardigan. It was in shades of lavender, turquoise and pink--not exactly DH's colors--so I made a B&W copy of the chart and picked my colors accordingly. I'm having fun "playing" with the colors in the piri stripes (I think that's the term), but I'm keeping the star pattern consistent. --P
It took 2 -50 gram skeins of the kettle dyed lace weight yarn. The pattern is in the Knitty, Spring 2006 issue.
I'm not very good at linking so hope this works.
You can also find it on Ravelry if you search the word Convertible. I really enjoyed this pattern. Have a great day.-Knit
Oh by the way. I didn't forget your question on my last blog post I just wasn't sure how many skeins my Convertible Shawl would take. It took two skeins of Shadow Kettle Dyed. It is currently 65 inches before blocking. I haven't blocked it yet.-Knit
The hummingbird actually was in Mississippi and so unbelievable. The hummingbird is a rare white hummingbird not an albino. They are so interesting little birds but this one caught my attention. He needs to be an inspiration for a knitted garment!
Ruth: Yes, I'm happy to be on to the next thing. The steek turned out to be anticlimactic. We'll be camping for a couple of weeks. I have one blog post lined up to appear on Wednesday. I don't know whether I'll have access to internet anytime while we're gone, but I'll check in if I can. Otherwise, look for me in early August. --P