Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Yarn Along

Weigh It Shawl #3 by Susan B. Anderson (my second in the series - I didn't knit the first one since it looks identical to another shawl I have) is on the needles.  I bought this delicious cake of Yowza at Rhinebeck last year.  It has been sitting in the basket waiting to see what it wanted to become.  


It's another "mindless" pattern for now.  And the purples make me smile.

Summer reading has started with Big Stone Gap.  After hearing so many of you talk about it I decided to check the series out.  

Joining Ginny

15 comments:

Anke said...

I love the purple yarn!! Can't wait to see the finished shawl!

Tracey ~ Clover said...

I think your yarn is very happy about what it is meant to be, gorgeous color!

Gill - That British Woman said...

the colour is gorgeous on your yarn. I need to read that book also. Sweater Quest is just so good and well worth the read. She goes to Rhinebeck in the book also. Thanks for popping by and commenting on my blog.

karen said...

love that yarn colorway!! I finished book two and am waiting to start book three. I MUST finish persuasion :)

steph said...

this is going to be a beauty!!! my book is starting off slower than i like for a summer read...i might switch to yours!

Jordanna— The House of Muses said...

Such a beautiful and mysterious sort of colour. :) Looks wonderful.

Jayne M said...

Gorgeous purple! I loved Big Stone Gap - it will make great summer reading.

Sarah said...

I love the variance in the purples, it would make me smile too. Big Stone Gap is waiting in the wings here while I work on that other one everyone seems to be reading-All The Light We Cannot See...

mamasmercantile said...

I love the beautiful colour of the yarn, looking forward to seeing the shawl.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Gorgeous purple!

Alisa Schenck said...

I love your shawl...the color is so vibrant!!!

Lilly's Mom said...

Hi Donna, I love the color of this shawl. And, the yarn looks like it's a dream to knit with. Wishing you the best :)

Ann Dolina said...

Fabulous yarn! Can't wait to see the finished product.

Evelyn Hender said...

Love that yarn, looking forward to seeing more of your project :)

Lucy Bowen said...

Beautiful shawl, love the colour.

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