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Okay, Hi friends, Just jotting a few lines to let you know, I will be ready to start photographing some things tomorrow.  Will have to wait for Hubby to go to work, he'll leave around 4pm for work, a…

Okay, Hi friends,

Just jotting a few lines to let you know, I will be ready to start photographing some things tomorrow.  Will have to wait for Hubby to go to work, he'll leave around 4pm for work, and work through the night.  But until then , he will be sleeping in our bed, and I won't have a blocking area for the scarf and a couple of shawls, lol.  I have to wait until tomorrow evening.  In the meantime, I have about 3 more inches to knit on the body of CLiC and then  will be starting the sleeve attachments.  I am going to photograph that area too, so will post the pics. 

In the meantime, I am trying to decide which shawl, or scarf to start next.  Guess I better pull out all the laceweight and see which one actually hits my fancy.  I have certain colors designated for certain shawls.  I am also in the challenge on Rav for 11 shawls/scarves in 2011.  I have 3 down, and 8 to go.  I have also knitted a Pi shawl, in a sage green, worked up really fast in pallete, plus an Ostrich and Plume scarf, in natural bare laceweight, plus this Lily of the Valley scarf.  Not to bad for knitting production. 

I have found that the Pi Shawls actually go quite fast for me.  This is one that worked up so easy, especially in the fingering weight yarns. 

I might have to cast on the Miralda shawl from Knits from Estonia, Nancy Bush.  I have some pretty fingering weight yarn left in the stash, have to check if I have enough. 

Of course there are probably 30 or 40 different shawls that I would like to do, I never seem to do anything in small doses, lol.  I have several different lace books, so the possibilities are huge.  Of course there are several listed on my Rav list of shawls that I want to do, will just have to wait and see which one jumps out at me. 

I am not ready yet to do my red one, that is for a later date.   

Time to go and knit some more,

Hugs

Janet

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