Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Yarn Along

I finished my third

Farm Girl Shawl

It did not turn out exactly as I had envisioned...
I like the others I have made that have a more gradient/blended look.
I don't think I would ever use a solid color on one of these again.
But, I am happy that I am starting to use up some of my "stash yarn".
It still needs buttons, no fringe for this one.

I needed to switch things up a bit.
Tomorrow, I'll show you what I am working on now.

15 comments:

  1. Well first off.....purple you know is my fave color, second off....black is my next fave color and one I wear a lot! I love that. You are really rocking that yarn. Great, great job.

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    1. hi pam...this is navy and gray. i thought the boarder yarn was primarily gray and blue. i was surprised at all the purple that was in there once i got going. i may give this to my niece as she bought this yarn for me!!

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  2. You are cruising, my friend! This is just as beautiful as your others and oh, I can imagine your creations are a delight to wrap up in. Happy day to you! Hugs!

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  3. Hello, it is a pretty shawl. I like the colors. You are moving right along with your projects. Enjoy your day!

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  4. Its so pretty Debbie. You did such a nice job.

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  5. A great way to use the left over yarn, Debbie.

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  6. And what a lovely finish your Farm Girl shawl is. I like that you mix each shawl up a bit Debbie and it is always a good thing to use leftover yarn.

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  7. I really think this is lovely and I love the colors. I know that you gift some of these and you should do this one. I love the color combinations.
    You inspire me!
    Blessings and hugs!

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  8. I like the solid colours on this one Debbie and yes, just buttons would be perfect. Your niece obviously had a special feeling for these colours so it will be such a perfect gift for her :D)

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  9. You are doing so well …
    Love the shawl, great colours together.

    All the best Jan

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  10. You are just cranking out these things as fast as can be. Looks great.

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  11. I think it turned out great, you have mastered this one too!!

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  12. That is a fun hobby. I've made 1 or 2 kits as well! This makes me want to get it out again. Thanks for sharing.

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