A quick soak and some blocking wires were on the agenda last night. Blocking lace is transformative and this Kiri definitely benefited. Isn't the color amazing? It was a Cascade yarn, silk mohair and so pretty. Although not as soft as the one I made using Habu. If only Habu silk mohair would come in more saturated colors.
I finished this one to take along on the Bead Cruise in March. I'm thinking it needs a pretty white dress and some strappy little sandals. I have a dress in mind.....
And I wanted to follow up on an email from an Australian reader whose email I sadly lost track of. She asked about the ruffle scarf. The pattern is Barb's Koigu ruffle by Churchmouse.
that's beautiful! i'm quite impressed!
Hi Marcia: Love the shawl you just finished. You like me just love to knit as much as you love to bead. I just started another lace shawl tonight.
It looks so delicate!
This is so lovely, it will look perfect on the cruise.
and I ordered a cream colored wrinkly dress (Ray Harris) and just bought an excellent pair of pants. It now has the appropriate accompanying wardrobe.
Marcia - thank you so much for the name of your ruffled scarf pattern. That will make a perfect gift for a friend and a fun project for me. That shawl is absolutely stunnning.
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