Tuesday, July 31, 2007

MS3 - Clue 4 Completed - Bring It On!!!!

Last night I finished Clue 4 of the Mystery Stole 3. This has been so much fun and I highly recommend that you take part in the next one offered by Melanie. I don't think she will be embarking on another Mystery Stole for a while though. It is pretty cool knowing that over 6,000 people are all knitting the same thing at the same time. You can also check out some of the other Mystery Stole's, number 1 & 2, patterns available for sale on her web-site. Her work is absolutely beautiful.

12 comments:

Impossible Princess said...

that is very nice, i cant wait to finish clue 4 but im almost there

Arianwen said...

It looks lovely. I bet you cant wait till friday - i could do with another week in order to catch up.

Tabitha said...

That is just gorgeous!!!

Marmee said...

Stunning, Dahling!!!

loribird said...

Whoo-hoo! Way to go! I have some serious catching up to do...
Good news, finally got the carpet put down in the kids' room, so I spent the day moving their furniture in. No knitting, no blogging... until bedtime :D

Sonya said...

Peggy, it looks wonderful!

Alpaca Granny said...

Peggy, this is beautiful. It looks religious? churchy? holy? god-like? hmmm. something like that.... just don't know the right word/s

Peggy said...

You are a knitting machine! It looks lovely!

Roseann said...

Your work is beautiful, too. I signed up for it but have not started and enjoy seeing yours each step of the way.

A :-) said...

Hey! Thanks for visiting my blog, and for your encouraging comments about my first spinning efforts!!

A :-)

Toni Sutton said...

Your MS3 looks SO lovely! Makes me wish I'd picked white...:)

brooke said...

after many visits to the frog pond. Iam back in the saddle but only on row 70 of clue A. (gasp). I did a yarn sub, can I ask, how wide is your stole?? This is my first lace project and when using the lace yarn, I could make it to about row 20 and then . . . , so I went up in yarn size, but failed to go up in needle size and did not think of it until it was "too late" and I did not want to frog. (again).