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It is so beautiful! What a great idea, I have some amazing ceyeberfiber that will look good in that pattern too!


That shawl is gorgeous! Happy New Year!

Oh... and I feel the same way as you do about Joyce Carol Oates.


Why Ms Bev... you did a beautiful job!


Very nice! Your hair is getting long, too. I like it. Happy 08!


Ohhhhhh....that turned out totally beautiful! You Rock!


So beautiful! Great job.

Lace never ceases to amaze me in the blocking process!

Kim, Blog Free

So, so pretty...makes me think about lace again after my last failed attempt!


Gorgeous!! :o)


Stayed uo late to watch last night. The shawl is beautiful and the snow is a perfect background.


I swear it's all about the blocking.

She's beautiful, my Bev. Well done!


I was looking of for a lace pattern to use with some very bright lace yarn that I have. Thank you for inspiring to go and pull out this pattern. I love yours!!!


Beautiful! What a wonderful job.

As a recovering English major, I have Jane Austen Phobia, but I still appreciate people who appreciate the classics.


Gorgeous Forest Canopy!


Yes, I am also glued to the couch on Sunday nights for Jane Austen. Persuasion is one of my favorite Austen novels and I feel that it does not get as much attention as it deserves, so I was happy they started off with that one. I also loved the Jane Eyre adaptation that played the two weeks before.
The lace turned out gorgeous!


Your forest canopy is GORGEOUS! It's delicate and bold at the same time. My only complaint about the Jane Austin series is that they don't start until 9:00 and I've just began working as a substitute teacher so I need to be up early. Good luck with your Lady of the Lake sweater.


Oh wow, the magic of blocking!!


Your Forest Canopy shawl is beautiful. Nice photo of you modeling it, too.

kathy b

Oh Bev

I am so happy for you. The forest canopy is a work of art. So lovely against the winter backdrop.

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