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I'm over halfway through my Sherbet Heavenly Shawl, which was for the July Summer 2016 KAL. I am so loving the result of mixing the two colorways of Groovy and Pegasus in Chroma Fingering Yarn. I have just changed the colors as I hit one color that they both have. I also opened up the middle of each skein giving me four colors to choose from when I change. It's worked, but it doesn't have an mathematical clean equation of how it's done, I'm just changing to what seems right.
I've gotten lots more done this past few weeks listening to my favorite book series- Outlander- Audible. I much prefer to read, and now I'm on to the second book in the series- Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, Book 2) and since I'm waiting for a copy of the Audible recording from my oldest daughter, I'm reading the book only. I forgot how good the book is! But, I need to start listening soon so I can get more done. I've been pushing myself because there's another shawl KAL I want to do next week- Yarn Crawl Mystery. This one I can't resist, I'm going to do up in an ocean theme of colors called Ocean Crescent Shawl to celebrate going to Maine in October to see my son. He's studying Ecology and Sustainable Energy and building at College of The Atlantic right on the Atlantic Ocean. I haven't seen the ocean for over a decade and I love it so.
The yarn is Knit Picks Stroll Tonal Sock Yarn in Pacific and Eucalyptus.
Tomorrow I'll catch you up on some other KALs I'm doing and some more just starting and coming up. I find I just love doing them, they keep me inspired, motivated and often teach me new techniques. Till Tomorrow.
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