WIP Wednesday: Pi Shawl

Knitting:
I’m loving this shawl and the pattern. I should be further along but I had to rip everything out and start over. At this point I’m just thrilled to be on circulars rather than DPNs. I love DPNs but they were getting unwieldy before it was actually large enough to put on the other needles. Though lace never looks it’s best until it’s blocked.

Gaming:
This would be why I don’t have much done on any of my other projects. I’ve been spending a bit more time on relaxing and having fun. I recently started American McGee’s Alice and I’m really enjoying it. I missed it when it was the big thing but I’m glad to finally get a chance to play.

Reading:

Under the Dome by Stephen King. I’m nearly halfway through and itching to read more and more. People are surprising me in some ways and others are doing exactly as I expected, it’s a nice balance. I’m beginning to wonder if the domed area will just become a closed off wasteland.

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8 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday: Pi Shawl

  1. Karen says:

    Your shawl is going to be gorgeous! I love the colors.

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  2. Lisa says:

    All that reworking is going to be so worth it! Such a lovely colorway and pattern! 🙂

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  3. avantaknits says:

    Yes, that colorway is beautiful. I can hardly wait to see the finished item!

    Under The Dome kept me captivated, even through the gruesome stuff. Don’t bother with the TV miniseries, though. It was awful.

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  4. ameyknits says:

    I played Alice! I thought of it again after seeing the premise behind the new “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” series on ABC – Alice has ended up in Bedlam because of her stories of Wonderland.
    I’m also a huge King fan. I need to find a way to watch the series with the understanding that it’s not meant to be a copy of the book.

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    • I have Once Upon a Time in Wonderland queued up to watch but haven’t been able to get to it. I really can’t wait. Alice in Wonderland has always been one of my favorite stories.

      I’ll always be a King girl; I started reading him very young and simply adore nearly everything he’s written.

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