Then there's this one who sits on my desk at work.
There is a family tradition of this sort of thing. My mother always relished telling of being called a " bold brazen hussy" by a nun during her school career.
It's the very welcome end of what seems like a very long week. Returning after vacation is hard. I was either dragging myself around exhausted or, like yesterday, I lay awake most of the night due to the effects of THREE 44 ounce Diet Cokes. Perhaps I should think before doing THAT again.
Yes! It's the Kimono Shawl, completed and blocked. I love this shawl--the yarn, which is Jamieson's Shetland Spindrift, the color--pale heathery gray, and the pattern which presented far fewer headaches and meltdowns than my first shawl.
Later edit: Forgot to include pattern info. This is the Kimono Shawl from the book Folk Shawls by Cheryl Oberle.