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I read a work of historical fiction which dealt with poe's wife and their life. It was very interesting and led to much reading on my part about this famous maligned author. I will need to check this book out. As always I love your projects.


I cannot remember the last time that you were working with yellow! I love it, such a cheerful color for a cheerful shawl! That biography does look fantastic, I would love to hear your thoughts on it.


great choice of pattern for that yarn. the strong variation is working up so nicely.

and like Pumpkin - i was surprised to see yellow!


i love it andi, what a perfect choice for that pattern, twist and twine yarn is SO pretty! and that yellow! oh my. are you using size 9 needles? what a sweet mom you have, enjoy your book.


I love the yellow yarn! Have a happy Fourth of July!


The Shaelyn is looking beautiful in that colorway. And I love the butterfly stitch marker dancing along on the needles! (Where do you find it?!)


Will be interested in reading your review of the book! The yarn reminds me of a creamsicle! Have a great 4th of July!


I haven't seen that pattern before - it is really pretty, thanks for sharing. Loving the yellow for summer.


Love the yellows - that shawl is on my list.


What yummy wool! The colorway is lovely and cheerful. Edgar A. Poe is a favorite of mine--that looks like a great read! happy knitting!


Ohh, why do you do this to me? I started a Shaelyn, but wasn't loving the color. Your colors are so lovely! Maybe I'll try again sometime.

Happy fourth to you as well!


scrumptious yarn! Love the color and the pattern. Happy 4th!


Another shawl cast on? ;-))) This is exactly why I'm addicted to your blog Andi! It's beautiful already! What a beautiful yarn! Happy 4th of July to you!


Great reading material! Love the pattern in your work.
I agree with the other girls, I like that yellow also.


goodness that yellow yarn is lovely. i find Poe a bit creepy, but that's okay. :o)


Your shawl is lookin' so amazing! I love how you picked such a sunny, fun colorway for it.
Wow, I'm in awe that you're reading Edgar Alan Poe.


I too, have been pushing myself to read. I feel much better when I feed my mind a bit. I'm off to knit. You always give me the push I need!

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