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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Made it to the lace

Roko and Melo went to the hair salon on Thursday. It's been a long time. Roko wasn't allowed to go because of his leg surgeries but the vet gave the go ahead. Because it's been so long they had a lot of hair and it was a mess. The easiest thing was to shave them down. Roko is fine with his look but Melo isn't too sure. He's getting better.

Auburn Waves is growing. This is how far I got last night. The first lace rows are complete.
Mr. Canada Post brought in a box of patterns yesterday including juju's loops.
Gorgeous patterns from Juju Vail and Susan Cropper of Loop, London. Includes lace shawls and wraps, fingerless gloves, scarves, shrugs, cowls, a baby sweater, toy, blanket, hat and swing sweater.
We’ve used yarns that we love from the UK, Europe and the Americas made by indie-dyers such as Old Maiden Aunt, Juno, madelinetosh, Koigu, DyeForYarn, Viola and Handmaiden. As well as other fabulous yarns from Berroco, Malabrigo, Quince & Co., The Fibre Company and Misti Alpacas.
All patterns are both written and charted.
Sprinkle knit in 4ply (sock) yarn.
Kim's Brown-Eyed Susan knit in tosh merino light.

See all the patterns in the book...
These patterns are not available for individual download - the only way to get them is to purchase the book.

Dad came and did some repairs today. We have flags again.
Dinner is done (hamburgers on the barbecue) and now it's time for a drive. It's so beautiful out that I can't sit indoors.

1 comment:

Lois Evensen said...

I always love your knitting, but I have to comment on those pretty dogs, too. :) Just love Yellow Labs. :))