Hello, my dear blog friends,
Good to see you back here! And a hearty welcome to my newest followers, you are very welcome and I value your input and comments, and appreciate your time!
Today I want to do a review post, one that looks back at some of my previous makes.
As you can see from the title, I just love colourful shawls. You might have noticed this before. It just struck me when I wrote my last two posts, and I warned you to wear your sunglasses!!!
Afterwards I thought to myself, wouldn't it be fun, if I took a look at some of my shawls and took some photos. So that is what I did! And I really enjoyed it, looking at all that colour together.
And the naughty cats proceeded to walk, no run and skid, across my shawls which meant I had to lay them all out properly once again.
So here they are, some of my colourful shawls, most of them are for the summer. Enjoy!
|Scheepjes CAL2015: Flight of Fancy, my own Rainbow Circle Shawl, a small neckerchief South Bay Shawlette, All at Sea Shawl, Elise Shawl, Veritas Triangle Shawl, Minty Green Shawl|
|Here is a striped Crocodile Stitch Scarf I made some time ago (love how the stripes match up)|
|My Noro Lion's Foot Stitch Scarf in the middle|
|Some Skinny Scarves made from Katia Yarn, made with a 2mm hook|
|Here you can see that my colourful South Bay Shawl really steals the show, it is huge!|
If you want to find out more about any of these shawls, just click on the right side bar on the tag called 'Shawl' and it will bring up all the posts that I tagged like that!
Obviously I forgot some, like the Tahiti Shawl I made last summer, it must be somewhere else...
And of course there are the two woollen South Bay Shawls which are draped over my chair where I sit, I didn't include them in the picture because there wouldn't have been enough floor space!
It makes me very happy to think that I got all these shawls waiting for me, that I can pick and choose which one to wear, according to my fancy! And to know, that they are unique, that I made them myself, also fills me with pleasure and joy!
I think this is something we all got in common, when we make things for ourselves and others - it brings joy to the maker and to the wearer.
Hope you liked this post, feel free to leave your comments, it's always great to hear from you!
Have a nice weekend!