Yarn Along

6:00 AM

 It is Wednesday again and that means it is time for the weekly yarn along.  I finally have some progress to report!  I finished my Citron!  I blocked it and then completely forgot to take pictures of it during the daylight.  I had two rows to go before binding off when I was seriously contemplating adding another section to it.  I had the yarn, but not the patience.  I had to be done with it.  The yarn is Madelinetosh Lace in Tomato!  Scrumptious!  It will go fabulously with my vintage orange wool coat this winter.




This is one of the library books we check out this week!  Too cute.  Sadly I am still reading the same two library books that I've been reading for ages.  I must finish them or I will reach my renewal limit!  

Happy Yarn Along Wednesday!






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12 comments

  1. Jen, it's beautiful and I love the name of your yarn.
    A vintage orange wool coat?! Now that I would love to see.

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  2. I love it and what a great color on you! Wasn't it a fun knit? I love that pattern, but then you know that.

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  3. Great Citron! And I don't think you could have gotten a softer yarn! Very pretty.

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  4. Oh my, that is a beautiful colour and like Tracey I would love to see a photo of your vintage orange wool coat with the shawl.

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  5. Gorgeous color way- and the shawl is beautiful!
    I bet it will be a favorite.

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  6. LOVE this color! Congratulations on finishing the shawl.

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  7. It's just gorgeous! Fabulous color and beautiful knitting.

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  8. Oooh so pretty! The color is very beautiful. I know you will enjoy it for many years to come!

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  9. Beautiful knitting! That yarn looks gorgeous, I must try some.

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  10. Looks just BEAUTIFUL! Love the color with the lovely pattern. Now I'm inspired to finish my scarf!
    Thank you,
    J

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