One Down, Three To Go

The resident earworm for the past several days has been:

Nothing like a little blue grass to get the blood going.

I sat down last night to work on the original Cable Edged Shawl, got a head of steam up and made great progress.  When I left off last night, I had three repeats to go.  Got up this morning determined to finish it, and did.  Got my ends woven in, pulled all my lifelines, and all it needs now is to be blocked.  I like how it turned out except for the way the scallops on the edge of the lace curl.  It’s a nice weight and a nice size, a little something for the shoulders on those cold days.

My next big push is on the denim blue Cobblestones and Lace Shawl, which is what I’m working on now.  I have 7 repeats left on it to finish it — these are 16-row repeats, so I’ve a little way to go yet.

I’ve been off the prednisolone two days now, and I’m definitely winding down.  All I want right now is a nap.   Naps are traditional on Sunday afternoons, right?   ZZZZzzzzzzz.


Author: WOL

My burrow, "La Maison du Hibou Sous Terre" is located on the flatlands of West Texas where I live with my computer, my books, and a lot of yarn waiting to become something.

3 thoughts on “One Down, Three To Go”

  1. It’s turned out beautiful! I love the cabled lace edge. I would’ve expected the blocking to straighten up those pesky edge curls, but I guess it doesn’t work all the time…
    Good luck with the remaining WIPs!


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