I know, I know, your thinking another lace shawl? Move on buddy. I promise, I do think this is the last one for a bit, and as far as lace goes, it's pretty minimal. No offense Cheryl Oberle, but it's not a difficult lace by what I see. Not that all lace has to be. The pics I see show an understated elegance for this particular project that I hope the recipient appreciates. Of course, after all this big talk, watch it stump me like a double amputee. For those wondering what lace I'm talking about, I've attacked the Litla Dimun shawl which is a traditional Faroe Island Gusseted triangular construction shawl. Sounds fancy eh? You can see a pic on my ravelry page of how it should appear in the end. Until then, I've attached a useless pic of the cast on edge. Yeah, I know, useless.
I also attached pics of this months charity baby hats. I got a couple more done stalling before taking on another large project, so they got 7 for this month. Some as you can see are very eastery. Peter Cottontail, here we come.
And the last pic are the three friends that the last couple posts have been in regards to who each got a lace project of mine. I got up early so I could sneak in during the ER's quiet hours and give them to them. I even got tears due to it. It sounds bad but I'm happy I got tears. Let's me know they'll be appreciated.
Anyway, that's my weekend in a nut shell. Now I have to go wash dogs and get yesterdays newly dry walled hallway mudded. Woo Hoo! You all have a great one yourselves.
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