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Old 04-28-2014, 01:54 PM   #1
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I am currently working on the shawl I donating to my AHS National convention auction I am going to in June. I am using Knit Picks Gloss Fingering weight 70% wool 30% silk in the color Kenai I have used the pattern of the dayflower pattern stitch for my center panel, using 2 repeats, the wings are using the pattern used in the shawl Kimani,a shawl pattern by Dee O'keefe with her permission , of course. She is a member of Knitting Paradise as I am also. When it is finished , I will post a picture.
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Old 04-28-2014, 08:54 PM   #2
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I'm looking forward to seeing it. The patterns sound intriguing and the Kenai color is gorgeous.
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Old 04-28-2014, 09:12 PM   #3
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That sounds stunning. I too look forward to pictures. What is AHS?
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The AHS is the American Hemerocallis Society, the governing body of the daylily world.All new plants coming on the market have to go through the AHS naming procedure. It operates like the Rose Society that is many cities. I belong to the Tampa Bay Daylily Society or Bay Area Daylily Society as we call it.
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Like salmonmac and everyone else, I'm looking forward to seeing your FO -Kenai is sooo very pretty!
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Like salmonmac and everyone else, I'm looking forward to seeing your FO -Kenai is sooo very pretty!
Me too!
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Can't wait to see it!!!
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This shawl is in work in progress
The color is a little washed out but since every one has seen it on KnitPicks website you know what it really looks like.
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Looking really beautiful!!
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Wonderful work Very impressive!!
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