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It's only fitting to use a cat project bag for the wool that Holly nibbled on as a kitten when I was unawares she was a sneaky naughty cat. All yarns are safely tucked into progress bags or hidden into a closet. 

I started a new project! I know, I know you are wondering if I finished the sweater yet. No I did not but I am so close to being done that I could not resist a new cast on. So it goes.

I chose a simply memorizable triangular lace shawl that will grow until I am done with whatever size I wish it to be. 

What are you working on this week?


Comments

  1. Oh I like that shawl pattern...and the fact that there are two different construction methods. Which one are you using? I think I have some languishing lace weight yarn in my stash....meanwhile I am working on a new pair of socks (of course!!).

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  2. That is a pretty pattern and it will be especially nice in that lovely Holly-chewed yarn! I'm working on a Hitchhiker (of course!) but hope to cast on some new socks soon.

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  3. Pretty yarn. I am plugging away on a sweater and a second sock.

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  4. A very pretty pattern for your pretty yarn. I have several skeins of lace weight yarn. This pattern might be the answer for them too.

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  5. I started a new sweater yesterday ... something for spring!

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  6. What a pretty shawl pattern. I like the color of the yarn that you've chosen.

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  7. Oooooooooooo...that pinky-red is so pretty!

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  8. Beautiful pattern choice. Holly is like my Fezzy. I cannot trust that cat boy with ANY yarn. All yarn is in containers and dressers. I wish I could look at my yarns in the house, but I do love my cats. And everything must be put away. Holly you are worth it!

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  9. Love the choice of yarn, such a lovely colour.

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  10. Your story about Holly eating the yarn made me laugh! My daughter’s cat managed to find a bag of yarn the last time they visited and totally tangled the skeins! I learned the hard way to keep my yarn out of sight!

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  11. I sewed Easter baskets ... I showed some on the blog ... and I took care of the Easter eggs so everything would be perfect on Sunday ... d. H. well prepared and stress-free :-)))
    Tomorrow I'll bake cakes ... the bread is baked too and there is a smell in the kitchen ...
    I wish you a happy Easter and lots of fun knitting (the sweater I just started is waiting for the embroidery needles) Do yourself a good time :-) Viola

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  12. What a pretty shawl pattern. The yarn you have chosen looks bright and pretty. I am working on a pair of socks and a shawl. I wove in all the ends on a scrappy throw so it is on to newer projects. Shawls are my favorite thing to knit I think.

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  13. I try to work in my sweater her and there. I worked on my shawl yesterday. It's been ages.

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