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In trying to unclutter my cluttered life one piece at a time, I sat down late Friday evening and continued working on the Diamond Fantasy Shawl. So far, I am on my fourth set of repeats, and debating on knitting the required 6 for the scarf or the 10 for the full shawl. Since the shawl recipient Lorain is a bit petite, the wedding is in July, and the fact that I want to get other projects finished soon, the number 6 looks pretty good right now. But after seeing the Lace Leaf Shawl Kathy made for her mother, I think I had better knit 8 repeats at least!

And Bunner still does not have his face yet. I promise to work on it as soon as he tells me how he wants to look. Meanwhile, I am trying to finish cleaning up the baby petals bib I made for Brian’s newborn daughter. I just despise weaving in ends. And how much you ask? So much that I am reworking that “One Skein” pattern! =:8

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  1. Gosh, this is coming along so beautifully, it looks so elegant already in this gorgeous color. I personally think, after looking at the pattern and as you said the recipient is quite petite, that 6 reps would be best, perhaps that’ll help you decide?

  2. Hi Kimberly. Thank you so much for avidly reading my blog every time I post something. I love it was people visit me. Yes, if I ever ever do come up to the North East, I’ll definitely want to hook up with you. You seem like the fun gal to hang out with.

    Your Diamond Fantasy looks great…. from that distant. Take a close up, I wanna see!!! Lace shawls are so tedious. I am halfway through my lace leaf shawl and I just couldn’t go on with it. so it’s just sitting there. I mean, there’s like 5000 stitches on the needle now. Hmmff!!!!! I also just put you on my blog roll. I need to get me some bunnies!!!

  3. Oh gosh, that’s a hard call. Just knit with 6 as your goal and then knit one at a time after that until you’re not in the mood anymore. That’s what I did with mine and it worked out well. I think I did something like 11 repeats. I can’t wait to see it finished.

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