Two Things

Remember the baby ducks? They’ve grown so much! We won’t mention that one seems to have disappeared. Last night we saw another duck family. That one had 7 tiny babies.

I started my new project. It’s You’re Beautiful by Melanie Berg. The photo of her shawl is in yesterday’s post. So far I’m off to a good start. The pattern is straight forward. I have a tiny concern about how dark the yarn is. It’s a deep midnight blue which will be fabulous to wear but is a little hard to see to knit. I’ll make it work though since I really like this shawl.

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8 Responses to Two Things

  1. Dark yarn is difficult to work with especially sock or lace weight but it’s beautiful!

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  2. AJ says:

    The shawl will be gorgeous. I’m knitting with black right now and it definitely requires bright sunshine!

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  3. Stefanie says:

    Love the navy blue yarn and wow, those ducklings are eatin good!

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  4. salpal1 says:

    Love that new shawl! It will be another treasure, and at least the days are still very long!

    Ducks are growing! Sorry the count is off, makes you wonder how any survive, really.

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  5. chrisknits says:

    Duckies!!! I just love them. And knitting, I love that too.

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  6. kathyreeves says:

    We had baby geese, but never did see any ducklings this year. The midnight blue will be so pretty, worth the extra effort to see it!

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  7. Olivia says:

    I quit knitting dark yarns at night, kills the eyes.

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  8. stephaniedanielsonauthor says:

    Adorable ducklings 🙂 Dark yarn is very tough, can you put a light behind it?

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