This is absolutely gorgeous! I went to the Red Heart link for the pattern. Theirs appears to have points along the bottom edges, while yours looks like a ruffle. I like yours better. How did you do that?
BTW, I am a newbie; your shawl inspired me to quit lurking and register.
I wanted it to be more of a ruffle so when I blocked it I didn't flatten out the edging. I just blocked it out the to the point of the ruffle and then I shaped it out some so it would be "fluffy", but didn't pull it tight to a point.
At our local hospital we receive a booklet that is called NOW $ THEN put out by a free monthly for southeastern area of Ohio It said that March is Crochet Month. It gives the email address of 'to see some wacky & creative projects.'
I am getting on as soon as I read all of todays from this
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Hi again! Just wanted to say I had a 'good 'ol time reading your blog! You are quite an awesome knitter! Really loved the part of you teaching your daughter-in-laws to knit. That's the true spirit of knitting! The only question I have is "How in the world do you do it?!" I can only knit for an hour at a time then my bottom and back start aching, ha ha!
Thank you for sharing your experiencing on your blog and I hope your knee is healing well. Knit on!))))))))))
Thank you! Well...I guess I'm just good at sitting on my butt. LOL! I take a lot of breaks. I have a bad back and so I get up every 30 to 45 minutes to walk around and stretch. I knit in the truck when we are out doing errands. Hubby drives. And being laid up with this knee...I've started 3 projects. Can't get bored you know. :lol:
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