Balance & Peace & Giving
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Gotta get out of this funk

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This might help. I bought it at Jill Draper's Open Studio Show last month. It's under consideration for the Project Peace Cowl. I should look around some more, but I sure do love this color!

Kiddos 11-16-16

This sort of thing always helps... while Mum & Dad cleaned out the garage, Jun was "helping."    

Comments

pdxknitterati/michele

Hugs are good!

That shade of red is my absolute favorite. Blue, not orange undertone. Like a cherry. Perfect.

Bonny

That yarn is stunning! Unless you come across something better in your stash, I think that would be a beautiful choice. Hooray for helpers!

kmkat

Red is a good anti-funk color!

Amy C

Oh yes, that's gorgeous. Just think how cheery it will be slipping through your fingers and how lovely the finished cowl will be. Can you really top that skein?! I don't think so!

Carole

Cute grandkids are the cure for any sort of funk, I'm thinking.

Mary

What Carole said! (and I love the yarn - have heard wonderful things about Jill's yarns, but have yet to see any IRL)

AsKatKnits

That red is spectacular! I think it would make a stunning cowl! And, that photo is priceless!

margene

Cute kids sitting together in hand knits....couldn't be a better picture! Too cute. I LOVE that color. What a great color to wrap around your neck.

Kym

Oh, Vicki! Those sweet kiddos just warm my heart. And so does that GORGEOUS yarn. (I am in a funk myself, and I need to dig my way out. . . )

Vera

Two cuties and the yarn ain't bad either!! The shade of red is fabulous.

Susan

Great picture of those beautiful grandbabies! My grandchildren live a 4 hr drive (or train ride away) so I don't see them as often as I would like, but I did have a nice 3 day visit last week. I'm working on some hand-knit s for them for Christmas, but I'm hoping to join the Project Peace KAL too. We'll see how that works out!

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