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25 February 2012

It's all over 'cept the blocking


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Good morning! Color Affection on the bed.

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I keep thinking "black and white and {red} all over."

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Its going for a little lavender Eucalan soak. FO beauty shots will probably happen tomorrow.

 

Comments

Looks good. Can't wait to see the blocked version. I love the colour combination.

Love, pure love! :)

I can't wait to see it blocked, too. And now you've got all those "What's black and white and red/read all over?" jokes running through my head, lol!

I just finished winding the yarn for my Color Affection shawl. I hope to cast on tomorrow. I'm looking forward to seeing yours as a FO. I had the good fortune to see a couple of the finished shawls at a Plucky Knitter Trunk Show outside Boston last month. I bought my yarn there and got a chance to say hello to Plucky, her sister and Baby Cocktails, too!

Just looked at the pattern, instant love. Your colors are fabulous.

All the news that's fit to knit. . . Or something like that! Looks great, Vicki. Can't wait to see it after its beauty treatment!

I love those strips/stripes of color. I'm looking forward to the FO shots!

Holding my breath in anticipation! It's going to be glorious! Once again we'll have similar shawls, but my bright color (deep orange) will be second and the brown (mocha) will be last.
Just got your note today and love your new venture.

Congrats! It looks great. Can't wait to see it post-bath.

Gorgeous colours.
Will ask around re housing will get back to you with info :)
How exciting!

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