It's pretty, 2 shades of blue, which I hope shows up against my gray comforter. I don't have blue in my house, so it really doesn't go with anything, but I remember blue china, whose? Unknown. Once upon a time, Mom said she was going to put stickers on the back of the family china pieces with names, but sadly she never did. There were 2 or 3 of these plates around the large living room bay window. Dishes from several generations ago. Some were decorative pieces and some were what was left from someone's china set.
Haven't started a new series, now that I'm done with McLeod's Daughters, but did watch this movie the other night.
It was a good "chick" flick, and perfect for a night when I was here solo, as hubby was out of town on business. Did you watch it? Did you like it? I did not read the book it references...50 Shades of, not my cup of tea, I'm sure.
One of the boutiques I was able to make from the large bunches of flowers my Darling Daughter sent me for Mothers Day. I love the white and green!! The light from the window didn't make for the best picture. I have a boutique on the mantle in the living room, and a smaller one in the bedroom on my dresser. Truly gorgeous. AND my Darling Daughter flew in Sat night to spend Mothers Day with me. She made a fantastic brunch for me. Was a very short visit, but still very precious. Thank you! Love her to pieces.
Making progress, but had hoped to have this shawl finished by now. It's grown 2 more pattern repeats which is 2 more points, thus 20 rows. Probably 3 more to go. Looks like I may be able to get at least one more section where the dark gray/black yarn will appear, which I like. I like the contrast.
Cute idea for someone you want to gift yarn to. Though I'm not sure how you keep the second tier of yarn attached. Thoughts????