Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Yarn Along



I cast on Reyna over the weekend. There's nothing like knitting a shawl with Miss Babs Yowza. It's so soft and feels great. And then when you wear it - it's so nice and warm!  The color way is "Petrified Forest".  Very Halloween appropriate, wouldn't you say?


I'm half way done with Death By Cashmere. And I need to hurry. The next two books in the series are on my Overdrive Sheld ready to be downloaded. 

Joining Ginny

24 comments:

Tracey ~ Clover said...

I am going to have to find that yarn, it really does look soft and the color is autumn perfect!

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Love your shawl, the colors are perfect for the fall. I haven't tried that yarn but everyone talks about it so I might need to. Thanks for the book idea, I will look it up.

Lisa said...

I agree! Perfect colorway for fall and going to make for a beautiful shawl, Donna!
xo Lisa

Heather said...

The colors in that yarn are perfect for fall! It does look incredibly soft. And to finish a shawl and wear it all in the same season...a girl can dream :-)

steph said...

really really pretty....perfect for this fall weather!!

Jeanettebr said...

oh that looks so soft and warm and those colors...so pretty!

flyingjen said...

Is that the Miss Babs you bought at Rhinebeck? Gorgeous. I should put the rest of those books on queue. I read it pretty quickly. i"m pretty far behind in my Goodreads challenge.

Caroline said...

I just added the pattern to my favourites - it's gorgeous and your yarn is PERFECT!!

Sarah said...

Lovely!! Yowza kind of looks a little like a Malabrigo I used for a cowl that I have been wearing non-stop since the weather started turning cool. So cozy!

Amanda said...

Don't you just love Overdrive! That's the only way I read anything. :) That yarn is delicious, so scrumptious feeling in my imagination.

Kelly Ramstack said...

That shawl pattern is beautiful! I'm waiting for my friend to over-dye some of my yarn and then I'm going to knit the Offhand Lace shawl with it. I can't wait!

karen said...

I would love to knit with that one day. Beautiful!! and that pattern is perfect, it's in my queue.

Erica Saint said...

Such lovely fall colors! And thanks for the book suggestion. I am adding it to my list!

Laura Smith said...

Pretty, pretty yarn! And the stitch definition is amazing!

Janet said...

Love the yarn you've chosen for Reyna. Perfect autumn colors.

Sue ~ Granny's World said...

Great colours for your Reyna, I just made one in black. Thanks for your comments on my blog

EMMA said...

What an unusual name for yarn, but it's very beautiful all the same!

Jen Precourt said...

Such beautiful yarn! I thought of you yesterday....Marie-Therese & I took a drop spindle spinning class!!! (it is SO much harder then it looks!!!!)

Tania said...

The stitch definition on that yarn is fantastic and the colours are so perfect for Autumn. I need to knit me a shawl. Yours looks like it will be so beautiful.

Elise said...

Ooh lovely yarn, definitely seasonally appropriate! :)

deborah said...

Beautiful yarn!

Jessy Skehan said...

Awesome earthy colors!

Patty said...

Love that yarn! Can't wait to see your finished goods!

Knitting Snowflakes said...

Lovely yarn and knitting! perfect Autumn colours! :)

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