Thursday, July 16, 2020

Greetings from Asbury Park



I've been working on this sampler shawl for the past few evenings and it is growing like a weed! Plus it has beads. I feel like I need beaded things in my life right now. 

I banged out a bunch of work stuff for the fall this week, and have also done some yard work and playing around in the paper studio (which I now call the workroom). I have been playing with water brush pens, which are very fun. More on that later. 

I am reading "The French Girl" which is a good mystery (I guess it is technically a psychological mystery?). We're also watching "A Confession" (or is it "The Confession?) on Britbox which has Martin Freeman in it and I really like him a lot.  Why are British mysteries so much better than American ones? 

4 comments:

Caffeine Girl said...

I love sampler shawls, and your is looking great. Beads make anything better!

Vera said...

A sampler shawl! I don't think I've ever heard of one or seen one...but I would love it. What is the pattern? Did I miss a link?

British mysteries are ALWAYS so much better!!

Delighted Hands said...

Now that shawl is absolutely dreamy!!! You might have to show that one a lot to keep us posted! I'm glad you got a bit of the Fall classes taken care of-such a weight off of your shoulders!

kathy b said...

Kim that's a perfect match between yarn and pattern. I love it. Glad you got some work out of the way so you can play!