ON THE NEEDLES
New shawl started, the pattern is Adamas, using Cascade Yarns Heritage Silk in a soft gray. Very pretty. Pretty Maids is officially finished, blocked and waiting for a nice day for a picture. I’m very pleased with it, especially since it’s really my first all lace project. It blocked really well and turned out way better than I expected. My patience with blocking anything is pretty limited anyway and with the Papoose helping me, I wasn’t sure what the result was going to be. I’ll have it up for FO Friday for sure. In the meantime, here’s Adamas –
BY THE BOOK
Still working on the Six Wives of Henry the Eighth, up to Catherine Parr. It amazes me how the monarchy works. I know it’s different now, I mean, what’s it been 500 or so years since Henry the Eighth, but even now, what would it be like to have the power and responsibility of a royal? Would having your every wish fulfilled get tiresome after a while? Probably so, but I’d love to try and see what it’s like!
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When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time they may seem invincible, but in the end they always fall, always. Gandhi