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I don't have too much WIPs now. Some elder ones were hybernated, so one day they'll serve me as great bedside projects, but now I can't focus on them. Currently I am very excited about my new desing. I showed you a little peak before, now it is under testing. 

After I completed the bolero, I kept working on Joji's shawl pattern on our vacation. It is such a lovely project, I love working on it. I am almost on halfway of the edges, I expect to finish it during this week. The beading makes the process a little bit slow, but oh Gosh I just realized, that I love beads!
If I have some leftover from this gorgeous shade, I would like to use up as an edging for my next project. What do you think about these colors? Matching or not?


  1. I knew those colors were Malabrigo from the thumbnail! Gorgeous. The yellow really pops against the blue, I think it would be a fun combination. :)

  2. WOW those colors really caught my eye- just beautiful!
    Love the color combo.

  3. Oh, that wool is stunning! I agree, really beautiful combination when out together too!

  4. The yellow one is awesome!!! I love Malabrigo and your color combination is well chosen ;)

  5. The shawl looks divine! and I LOVE the yellow. I think they go well together...
    ♥ Ana BC

  6. The yellow will look fantastic with that blue.....beads can be fun...

  7. Beautifully matched!!!!
    xxxx Ale

  8. that yellow is amazing. I love it.

  9. I too love beading,it adds that extra dimension to the item. I think the combination will definitely look good for edging.

  10. Yes to matching. Those colors together are stunning!

  11. Yes, I came here just from the thumbnail on yarnalong because the colors looked so beautiful together!

  12. Lovely colours! And the beading is so sweet.


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