I know that you can't see the pattern, but it was really cute when it was done. Unfortunately, she needed black wrist warmers for work, so this makes it very hard to see. This is the pattern I followed. I did modify it slightly though, and didn't make the full length.
On my needles now: Lunatis Folium This is such a beautiful shawl and I hope I will be able to do it justice. I am making it for the gentle, sweet, old lady who lives next door and is always spoiling us!
I must admit though, this shawl is taking quite a bit of concentration. I find that as soon as I think I have got the pattern, my mind starts to think of something else, I look at the WIP and can't remember where I was :-( URGH!!
I started it on Monday, had to rip it out yesterday, coz I was way out on the pattern, and have re-cast on the 387 stitches, but that was as much as I could get through yesterday. I will probably be picking it up again a little later in the hope that my mind is clear enough to get through the pattern rows in one piece!
On the Ereader: Catching Fire - Loving this book as much as the Hunger Games. I went past the library here yesterday and they had just got the first copy of the german translation of the book in on Monday, so I grabbed it for hubby who started it yesterday and also can't put it down! :-D
Amazingly though, the Trilogy, or any of the books for that matter, aren't THAT big in the german world, that could still change I guess. People I have spoken to haven't even heard of them yet!
As a reminder: There is only one more day left to take part in my poll to see just how many people are busy with one of these books right now. If you wan't to take part, the poll is on the top of the right-side bar. I am grateful if you do, as so far it looks like 7 people have read one of the books in the wide, wide web world, seem possible......no, not really!
As always I will be sharing my work with the wonderfully talented people from all over the globe at: