Moonlit Queen Anne

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It’s continuing to grow slowly.  I find that I can only knit it when I’m concentrating on the project and I can think.  Mostly I knit without thinking and this is a challenge for me.  Notice the tag with the “25””.  I found “tags etiquettes” by MSCO at Office Depot.  Any small price tag would do.  These are 3/4″ X 1 3/32″.  I tied the tag to the last stitch of row 25.  I will continue to tag rows every so many.  This is so if I get into the knitting and discover I’ve gotten way off of the pattern I can frog back to the last tag and know where I am.











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Tropical Twister


2 Responses to “Moonlit Queen Anne”

  1. Karen says, August 27th, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    Twister, I found your website in the Spinning Group and came to have a look-see. Imagine my delight to see you working the QAL shawl! I know Mario well and have spent the last few weekends stepping “back in time” with him. Have you posted this to MMario, as well??? I know that Leo would be thrilled. You are inspiring me to pick up my needles and start one of his designs for myself. (You can actually see one of my self-designed shawls in the photo section of his website under ‘Wings for Jayde’).

    Love your website and hope you mostly ducked Faye!
    Well met,

  2. Tropical Twister says, August 27th, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    Blessedly, we missed Faye and it looks like we’ll be dodging Gustav as well. This time of year, I question living in paradise but when the snow starts to blow again up north, I remember why.

    Karen, I looked for your shawl. Couldn’t find it. Help me out. Under which album? I don’t know Mario or Leo but please do invite them to visit. The moonlit shawl will be an ongoing project and will take some time but I am committed.
    Tropical Twister

    Tropical Twister

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