Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Yarnalong- Oaklet shawl




Oaklet shawl
Fini!

SO here's the thing.... I messed up.
 the very last part of the lace pattern
 I lost count with the kids running around me asking 250 questions
and 90 degree hot weather
 I spaced...
Yep, so I am being honest here

 it is not finished to perfection.
 Therefor I am not linking the pattern

 
But for me it's about the journey- it's a fun pattern to knit and easy
(if you are paying attention)
  and already a favorite - imperfections and all.


 I am reading this book.
by
Mark Sundeen
I found it refreshing especially with all the plethora of books out there on how to:
 "get rich quick or 101 wealth strategies"

This book has me in deep thoughts
thru out my day
realizing
 how much we really have as a society
how much do we really need
...untill satisfied
Appreciating how and where I live in this beautiful country
and finding everyday abundance
feeling extraordinary privileged

I think this book is a life changer for me.


Getting off my soapbox...


What's on your needles?

Joining Ginny today.

17 comments:

  1. "It's a journey", how very true my dear Camilla and now you have a lovely shawl to wear and love. Perfection? Very over rated. :)
    Life changing books are the best kind to read and now I must find a copy of your book.

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  2. I think it looks lovely....I've had the same problem recently with a hat...

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  3. Finding the abundance in the everyday is so key for me. I think I need to pick up this need. And imperfection is what makes it all so special IMO.

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  4. The shawl is gorgeous anyway, I'd never have guessed at any errors! Just away to look up that book, can't resist a life changer!!

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  5. I do not see any mistakes-it is gorgeous and I love that it is your yarn!! If you only knew how many mistakes I fudge here and there...

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  6. your shawl looks gorgeous! and the color, perfect. mistakes, schmistakes, can't see 'em so i declare this a winner :)

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  7. The shawl looks awesome, mistakes and all. And your book it being added to my list, thanks!

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  8. Lovely shawl and such pretty yarn. It looks perfect to me.

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  9. Hi Camilla,
    Your oaklet shawl (and your pictures) are so beautiful, I'm in awe.

    Also, that book sounds good. I just wrote it on my list "to read."

    Love, Taryn

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  10. I've been wanting to read that book! Now I'll have to see what I can find at the library..
    LOVE THE SHAWL!

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  11. oh camilla your shawl, your yarn, you, it's all so very lovely. i respect your admission of a mistake, i tried to do the same with my cardigan i just made and shared on yarnalong, but i can just feel my mother shaking her head, she used to say never point out your flaws :)

    i love your shawl and i have to ask if you have anymore of that colorway, i am in love with it.

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    1. ...the colorway is something I was experimenting with...next time I dye up yarn I'll keep it in mind Lori.

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  12. Oaklet is on my list so glad to see yours.
    knitting mom's and perfection it's not always gonna happen.
    I told my girls when they would make a little mistake in sewing,
    "if some one is close enough to see that, slap them!" :)

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  13. Thank you for sharing about that books - sounds like something I would enjoy and the shawl did come out beautifully.

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  14. guess what? I'm making that shawl right now (and have been for the last three months) and I will screw up on that lace SO BIG TIME it will make you feel so much better!
    XO

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  15. Looks beautiful. I love the color you selected.

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