I must be, because I keep coming back to my favorite shawl pattern, but this time I made one for me. Yay! I bought some gorgeous, spring green yarn last year at Yarnover and got to it this week (#6 in photo below).
Looking at this picture makes me think I have a lot of potential projects ahead of me! Anyway, I made another Sweet Dreams Shawl (are you shocked…no). The difference is that this one is for me…my first ever Sweet Dreams shawl!!!
I started another shawl that is a bit challenging to get off the ground. I have a new goal in life: make more shawls than anyone in their right mind should ever own. I am well on my way!!
PS to Robby: Robby mentioned the cost of the Sweet Dreams pattern. It is pricey because it is only available as part of the In Love Collection, which costs about $15 (aaarrrggghhh!). I, too, balked at the price but dove in anyway. Some of her other designs are quite similar and cost less: Out of Darkness is only $5 and is very similar. The only difference is that it is done in laceweight instead of fingering. You would need to take out 2-3 repeats to stay within one skein of sock yarn. Quite Continental is also $5 and uses fingering weight. It has a different look but similar pointy edge at the hem.