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Amazing Lace

23 May 2006

I'm getting towards the end of the second border of the lace stole, hopefully start the edging this weekend.

WIP's include the two blankets, Amelie jacket (am awaiting more yarn to finish), a half done clapotis and a sock. I'll do the jacket as soon as the yarn comes in, the others can wait - they're backstops really.

Which brings me to decide on my next project, but what to do? What to do?

I'm too lazy to link, JFGI people.

Eunny Jang's print o the wave stole is looking better every time I see it. I want to do it in Merino Oro, and I'll need to order that on the net, such delicacies aren't available in Australia to my knowledge.

There are other lace projects, I'd love to do frost flowers and leaves from a GOL, and the Vannilin gloves, and the tea shawl, and I've always wanted to do the peacock feathers shawl from fiddlesticks. I'd like to give that Estonian Lace scarf a go too. I'd like to do them all in Merino Oro actually.

As an aside, I've never seen Merino Oro, I just notice that Eunny Jang uses it all the time and her lace is so delicate and light. Apparently it's cobweb weight, should I be afraid?

Something top down raglan for myself would be nice. A smaller one for Blair. I'll use cleckheaton country silk for those.

A few scarves for friends and one for me. Mum wants a scarf ("but not in the repulsive colours you always use. And you always make them too short.")

And I promised myself I'd do some colourwork this year. I'd like to do something fair isle, possibly a vest. I'd have to start small though, because I've never done fair isle before.

The more I think, the more I come up with. At this rate, if I listed all the projects I'd like to do, I'd have a full dance card for 5 years. Lucky I'm not ninety-five.

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