Friday, June 08, 2018

Lost in Time


There's one thing I can do when feeling sea sick or feeling unwell I can still crochet. This is the Lost in Time Shawl that I've made on my holiday. A large ball of Scheepjes Whirl doesn't take up too much room in the suitcase. I just had to finish the last two rows of the pattern and the border at home. Now I have get some nice baubles to make the tassels.

I'm now back onto my Eastern Jewels Persian Tiles blanket, I have four more Hexagons to do them I'm onto the squares. Although there is a hic-cup in my planning there's a baby due in the family I have found the pattern I want to use and my hubby is happy to know I have enough wool to make it.

9 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful pattern Debby and the colour mix within the yarn is gorgeous and I love that you can make the whole thing from this large ball of yarn. x

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  2. Wow, Deb, this is gorgeous! I think it would take me years to finish something like this. Might have to give it a go anyway if I can find the yarn here in the states.

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  3. This is gorgeous Debby, love the colours
    Lorraine x

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  4. Such beautiful work and colours Debby.
    Faith
    x

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  5. Hello Debbie, I follow all your beautiful work on Bloglovin and don't think I have ever commented! Just had to say that this is such a beautiful shawl you have made that you make me want to do one too!! I think it the lovely colours. I love your cards as well. Thanks for the inspiration. Hugs from New Zealand.
    Karen

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  6. Beautiful!
    I love your color choices

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  7. Just gorgeous! Your fingers must ALWAYS be busy, to get so much accomplished.

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  8. Hi Debby, wow, this is just gorgeous. Love the colours and pattern. I wish I could crochet this beautifully, I manage a few simple patterns and I couldn't follow a pattern.
    Hugs Sue W.

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  9. So beautiful the colours are gorgeous will love to see the finished item once the baby is born x

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