I have reached the end of one skein of Camelspin and I am just about to wind my second skein into a cake . I have reached the end of row 9 of the Lily of the Valley Border 2, all bar 2 stitches. I did work 19 repeats of the Budding Lace. Now I have to decide whether to do more of the Lily of the Valley border (I truly love knitting the nupps, I use the sl 2 purl 3tog pass the sl stitches over technique), or shall I just do the Peaked edging? What do you think?
This shawl is hard to put down, I love the feel of the yarn and the beautiful way the colours sit together
I love the way the nupps are all different colours….gorgeous!
I was a bit worried about knitting the nupps of the Lily of the Valley border, but I needn’t have worried, as I am a loose knitter, working them has been a doddle and a joy actually as I love seeing the shiny knobbles appearing in their various colours.
Being told to relax is great, guilt free knitting yay!!
Ali is arriving today, the first of the visitors! I am really looking forward to seeing her and her darling family. I bet that little Sullivan has grown a lot since I last saw him.
Time to get the day going now….only a few beds to make and a bathroom to clean. Does anyone else find it easier to clean the shower whilst they’re actually in it? Well that’s my plan ha!