Actually, I recently picked up her Triangle Lace Shawls booklet at Lacis and it got me going....way going, and the shawl was done shortly after getting home from Beantown this weekend. Then I blocked it and
I get it now. It's very cool. And now that I know the pattern I want to put it on everything...Yup, I have yarn to for a poncho, leaves.
Yup, yarn for Littlest's sweater.
Well no not really. But almost.
Littlest's sweater will have hearts on it. I just need to find the pattern in the stitch dictionary.
But which one was it in again?
But I had Lobstah for dinnah.
And the next night I went to Mind's Eye yarns for knitting, got a ride home from a lovely woman with a genuine Bawstonian clip.
And had Lobstah for dinnah.
The next night I went to Windsor Button and found some yarn, some buttons and the handles that I have been searching for my entire life for the carpet bag stowed away in the sewing room.
Then I went for a horse drawn carriage ride. It was very nice, but would have been better with someone. My thanks to BPD Officer Terence Patrick O'Neill for a lovely evening, the police escort and the directions back to Faneuil Hall. I hope your partner is not too pissed at you for abandoning him at Downtown Crossing where the steam pipe broke.
(Only you all get to decide how tongue in cheek I am!)
But back to Faneuil Hall....Where I had Lobstah for dinnah with my good friend Vinnie.