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I wasn't born with wings, so I'm trying to make my own
 
Monday, April 02, 2007  

Since kimd said "pretty please" I figured I had better let her (and you) know that the Fleurette pattern I showed last time is from the first Barbara Walker treasury, page 221 in my copy.
And guess what! I finished the blue singles tonight, so tomorrow the plying starts! Yippee! Here's how I feel about this:

And once the plying is done, I'll be all ready to start my Fleurette scarf. Here's a better look at the singles, without my (red) face:

Also, a couple of people have asked after the good health of little Ms. Kittenface, destroyer of wooly batts. She's still alive, but I did cast a voodoo spell on her that made her face disappear:I think it will probably wear off in a couple more weeks :-) With that, I'll leave you with my favorite pic from the weekend. On Saturday, Mark took a day off to spend some time with me (yea!) and we went down to the farmer's market for some groceries. There was a woman there selling the most gorgeous array of flowers, including these anenomes. I got a little bouquet of these for my desk, but here's a pic of them out in the natural light. I feel a new colorway coming on!


Comments:
What a happy face!

I wish you much patience with the plying. :)
 
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