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All pieces are completed. Now, I just need to convince myself that sewing this together is going to be so much fun. I have been working on that for the past 4 days. So far, it has not happened. It is not like I need this sweater yet. We are still getting upwards to 90F daily. Our morning lows are in the 50's which could be sweater weather but it only stays that low for about 2 hours. Anyway...........I am happy to have it ready to put together. Then I have a collar do to. I am not going to do the one in the pattern. I have my own idea of what I want to do. Fingers crossed it will work out.
After getting off of sleeve island, I needed a palette cleansing project. Two dishcloths have been added to my stock pile of cloths. This finished up my sugarwheel cotton from hobby lobby. It is super soft and stays that way even after washing. Also, they do not shrink like Sugar and Cream cloths do.
I finally finished this cross stitch piece. It was started back in March! It will be given to my daughter since she is the one that gave it to me to stitch. The reason I did the saying in Spanish is, our daughter is the only 'child' who continued with her Spanish through college. It is fun to listen to her and my hubby converse in Spanish. And me? I pick up a word here and there but I am not anywhere close to being bilingual.
Both of these colors already have patterns assigned to them. Once I get a swatch made I will start and then let you know which color will go with which pattern.
My daughter called Friday night and asked if I would make a prayer shawl for a friend of hers who will be undergoing 5 months of chemo. The above yarn is for that endeavor.
I started the To The Point shawl again. I am hoping to have enough leftover yarn to make her a chemo hat too.