February 29, 2008

yarn for shawl

the yarns I'm going to use for my Beltaine shawl:) Hope you like them I do.

Day 4 done with on the radiotherapy. Up at 6 again, Monday is 8am so up at half five. We do have this weekend for fun:)
Blue Witch I do do finger labrynths also. In fact Mr Mog made some dimensional ones on board, must see if we have pictures. They all went to folks as gifts. Wonder if he would like to make another? He is busy at the moment trying to finish the dolls house/garage for our youngest grandson. His birthday is 3 weeks time so it needs to be done.


Laal Bear said...

Love the colours for the Beltaine Shawl. My eldest jumped over the fire at Beltaine 1998 with his then wife . His son was born nine months later . Regards to Mr Mog . Ursula

Joy said...

The yarn is beautiful.

I'm pleased to hear that you are both more relaxed now that chemotherapy has started. I hope you have a peaceful and rejuvenating weekend.

I am so pleased to be able to tell you that you have won my bloggiversary shawl. DD has just drawn your name out. You can email me at joymivalAThotmailDOTcom and I will get back to you. xx

Anonymous said...

Glad you know about finger labyrinths already :)

Love the colours in the shawl 4th down on 27th post, and those for the Beltaine shawl. Don't know how you knit so fast!!

Pleased the radiotherapy has started well. Thinking good thought for you both.

FairiesNest said...

That photo of the beltain yarns in so gorgeous, such delicious yarns, I can't wait to see the shawl. And I'm glad to hear that the treatments are going well, sometimes the anticipation can be the worst part.

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