Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Dreambird Knit-a-long

I'm only halfway finished with my Dreambird Shawl, but Judy (Patchwork Times) is finished and Denise (Just Quiltin with Denise Russart) is almost there.  Judy has posted the Final Linky Party, so be sure to go over and see the wonderful Dreambird projects!!!  Here is how my beloved Dreambird looks so far....

I hope to finish this shawl in the next couple of weeks, because I have a few new projects percolating in my head - you know how that goes, don't you?  *wink-wink!!!*

I have to admit, this project has been so much fun, I'm seriously considering making another one when I finish this one.  I have some of the colorful Noro Sock yarn in fall colors - wouldn't that be gorgeous in Dreambird?  Gotta finish this one first though :*D


Final reminder to join me tomorrow for my Crazy About Wool project!  
Here's another little "sneak peek"!!!

Today's participants are:

Hugs & Blessings!


  1. Love the way the yarn makes some interesting shading on the feathers. Nice job!

  2. Have I said it often enough how simply gorgeous this is?
    Fall colors are my very favorite, but I don't think they will surpass this in beauty.
    Can't wait to see your wool project! : )

  3. Loved seeing Judy's finished version - lovely! It's great fun to see all these Dreambird projects, definitely quells any desire to pick up the needles and make one myself. :-)

  4. This is going to be magnificent, and I can't wait to see you model it!

  5. Your Dreambird is gorgeous! Hope you will model it for us when it's done.

    Can't wait to see your wool project tomorrow.

  6. I sure do like the colors of your Dreambird!

  7. I haven't been tempted yet by Dreambird, but I certainly like what everyone is doing. I have my own agenda and I am trying to keep to it. *grin*

  8. Can anyone tell me what "Double Stitch" means and how to do it? Thanks a bunch.

    1. Hi JoJoh! I tried to respond to your email but you are No Reply blogger, so I was unable to reach you directly. Hopefully you will check back here to your comment. I learned how to do the German Double Stitch by watching videos on You Tube. Here is a link to my favorite video


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