Thursday, February 21, 2013

Reviving Languishing Lace

Some of you may remember this spot o' lace knitting from this past summer.  It hasn't been foremost in the front of my mind mainly because I had other things I needed, or preferred, to work on. But as I was sorting through projects to take on my trip I realized that this would be an ideal knit to take. I wasn't going to bring many projects so this would be the perfect time to get some work done on my cowl.
There are lots of sitches and just doing one row takes quite awhile.
But in the evenings when we are sitting around relaxing and I am too tired to spin, I pull out my cowl and slowly putter through a row or two.
It's not progressing in leaps and bounds, but it is slowly growing.
And that makes me happy.


  1. what a pretty pattern and the yarn you are using is yummy

  2. It's so beautiful! Love the beads. :) I can't wait to see your progress! :)

  3. Holly, this lace cowl is absolutely gorgeous - something I want to try. What beautiful yarn and of course, since I am a beader - love the beads. Hugs from Alaska. Karen

  4. Hello, Holly. I have nominated your lovely blog for a Liebster Award. Read all about it on my blog at

    I hope you can find time to play along. Best wishes, Una, Great Balls of Wool.

    1. Hello Una,
      Thank you so much for the nomination! I am indeed excited to play along!


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