I believe this puts this at a good point to enter the 3rd color, solid yellow. Currently it measures just under 20 inches (doubling that would 40), so it needs a middle section and then repeat what's already here. That's the current plan. What I'm undecided about is......
- Solid yellow mixing sections of garter and drop stitch
- Solid yellow drop stitches with a mix of garter stitch sections in both the two multi-blends (light and dark)
Meanwhile.......isn't this cute! One of the ladies who donates to my charity, Bridge and Beyond sent this to me with her latest donation. She knows how I hate to see summer end and fall and winter come. I personally don't like those seasons, but with regard to my charity, I worry about the homeless in those cold wet seasons. This will serve as a nice reminder to me that spring will come again. Currently it's on the tv stand in the living room, but I think I'll hang it on the wall here in my office where I'll see it more often. Thank you Sandra R from Florida. What a sweet thing to do.
I had laid this aside trying to decide whether or not to rip it out. I decided not to. As you can there's not enough left to another repeat which is 10 rows and would form one more point, so I cast off. I've left the yarn attached as I'm debating about knitting or crocheting (probably crocheting) a bit of an edge on the side where you see the yarn down to the last point on the scalloped side??? The edge would look different, so I don't know if that's a plus or minus? It's not an asymmetrical shape shawl...so maybe I leave that edge alone (that's the way the pattern is written). Plus...I don't know how far my left over yarn would go. Thoughts??? There are several bad spots due to a couple of my errors and not being able to properly fix it, plus a couple of places where the yarn was bad. This was suppose to be a gift, but....I probably won't gift it. Probably will keep it for myself.
Got a kick out of this meme on Facebook and thought I'd share it.
About the only thing I've seen recently that's funny when it comes to politics......things have really gotten messy. But, this photo bomb of Bill Clinton's made me laugh. We have to keep laughing or we'll go nuts from the shear magnitude of all of this current administrations dealings.