My shawl is nearly finished! I used up the two skeins of wool that I had and am waiting to find out if our yarn shop has one more in stock. Hopefully they do and I can cast off this week. I am looking forward to blocking so that the lace pattern is a bit more prominent!
I have all of the yarn for my next project ready to go. I am going to knit the Tiny Tea Leaves Cardigan for Sugar Plum in MadelineTosh Clematis. I am nervous and excited all at the same time! I'm not sure when I will begin. I downloaded the pattern and Sugar Plum and I wound one hank into a ball today (a swift and ball winder are officially on my birthday wishlist!). All that is left to do is to pop over to Monika's and get my needles!
We have one more Felicity book to finish (just in time for a little trip that we have planned this Saturday!). I bought January's Country Living UK Edition this past week and just need to find a few moments to enjoy it. Perhaps this afternoon with a cup of tea in front of the fire?
oooh, that yarn is gorgeous! Looks like it will be so lovely for knitting!
that yarn is lovely.
Good luck with your cardigan. Your yarn looks beautiful!
I simply wished to tell you that I have visited your blog today for the first time and I am charmed by its content. Tiny Leaves and Madelinetosh are, dare I say, a match made in Heaven. Enjoy!
Warmest greetings from France,
That yarn will make a beautiful tea leaves for your little girl!
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