Its a glorious day spring day here and I have the French doors in the studio open and a light warm breeze is coming in. You can smell the garden and we have some traditional spring blooms.
Some weeks ago, while it was still cold and dreary out, I had spring in mind when I started my shawl project. Sadly my back spasmed and so things sort of sat and waited. The only tool that saw any action was my e-spinner and while it was fun, it wasn't weaving.
So the goal for this shawl project was a delicate pink rose fiber yarn, paired with soft taupe or even a white or cream. Lovely for a spring day or summer gathering. Where the pattern would be revealed by a play of light or in soft tones so it wouldn't be overpowering to the wearer.