There have been some shawls rolling off the needles.
And I bought a new shawl pin that you see here with it.
This pin was actually meant to go on the red shawl you'll see further on.
I'm participating in Camp Loopy for the second year. Our first (of three) projects had to be a pattern by a designer from outside our country of residence. I chose Stripe Study, by Veera Välimäk, a Finnish designer. I love her patterns. This was supposed to be in two colors, but I threw in a stripe of yellow for interest. My dad helped me talk through where the odd color stripe should be placed, so...Thanks, Lolly!
I love this shawl with a fierce love...It's wonderful to wrap up in.
And I just sent off a shawl to a Ravelry friend in Oklahoma. We both signed up for a shawl swap...she's crocheting me a shawl, I knit her one. I can't wait to see mine and I am hoping she will like hers. I'll post pictures later, after I'm sure she's gotten her package.
And finally...I've started my third and last Camp Loopy project. It's....a shawl. It had to use more than one color, to signify the unity of the nations coming together in sports. I was going to do a shawl called Light in Shadows, but the instructions just weren't making sense to me at all...so now it's just going to be a simple pink and dark brown striped shawl. Pictures to follow.