Harlequin Progress

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Last night I left work early and Yannick and I met with our wedding photographer to do some casual photos. They’re not really for anything, but he wanted to meet with us and get used to each other’s styles before the big day. We went to the park on Lake Road, the big mountain, and found some great spots to shoot in. Tiny little bridges, gazebos, he even got me to sit in the tall reeds (where there could have been spiders!). He showed us a few of the photos on the spot and they looked so good! (Well, the ones of Yannick, anyways). The sun was on its way down and there was such a glow to the photos…I can’t wait to see them!

After some spicy Indian food for dinner Yannick had to go back to work at my parents’ house, so I got into bed to watch TV and knit. Here’s the progress I’ve made on the charity blanket so far:
The next row will have me cast on another 30 sts on each side, move the red blocks out, the yellow blocks over the red, and add a purple block in the center. I’m not looking forwards to the extra sts as already it’s a pain wrapping the yarn at each join (not to do, but to avoid tangles). At least once that row is done I’ll be decreasing the blocks away and the end will be in sight. I still don’t care for the colors together but I really, really love the yarn and I’m so glad I got introduced to it through this project. Can’t wait to buy more in Florida!

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Author: Jennifer Lori

maker, baker, cake decorator, mother, wife, partner, friend, gamer, reader, nerd, dork, geek, nail polish addict (not necessarily in order of importance)

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