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May 25, 2014

Life is good!

I hope you all can say this from time to time: life is good! It is good in simple things, the sun on the terrace, no work related stress, finishing a knitting project that turns out really well, enjoying a quiet Sunday on your own terrace.
My Sunday was filled with finishing a knitting project that wasn't a really big one, but somehow I couldn't find the time to get it finished. Yesterday I did, got it washed and blocked and today I made tassels and took pictures. Another project done Lighten Up!
My Randje per Week is done too, I'm still right on schedule.
And I started another beauty today. In fact I started two. First of all I made a start on Molly Malone, using two beautiful yarns from DyeForWool. 
And the second one is a no-brainer, Unchained Melody, using a Prism Yarn. A yarn that doesn't need a complicated patteren.
Only a few weeks and summer vacation starts, so I will have plenty of time to knit and stitch. And there will be Ascension Day and Whitsunday too, so plenty of  holidays to come!

7 comments:

Linda said...

All your shawls are stunning. Do you wear all of them.

Linda

Giovanna said...

Congrats on finishing the shawl, and have lots of fun stitching the new ones - lovely yarns!

Pull the other thread said...

Absolutely stunning work. I'm really looking forward to seeing your new projects.

Melissa said...

Beautiful work. I especially love that shawl, so delicate and pretty!

Angela P said...

I can only dream that one day I will be able to knit something that gorgeous! To say I love the Shawl is an understatement :)

The next Shawl pattern looks lovely too, can't wait to see your progress.

Nana's Quilts said...

Lovely, of course. We had a holiday week-end and just arrived home today (Monday). Yes, the simple things are often the very best ones. Time with those we love, doing what we love - we cannot ask for more (or we shouldn't ask for more - perhaps) Love to all,
Marne & Elaine

Marcy said...

Your sampler looks beautiful -- love the blues. The shawl looks great also.

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