Thursday, March 07, 2013

Cute cute cute

 Sprocket....defining pretty 
Oh if I could only see her in a year. She'll be a beauty. 

My new shawl.  I am on row 38 and loving it.  The sock yarn
and small needle size are perfect for my hands/wrists. 

There you go..
today's Eye Candy

(Irisheyes Lynn is having back surgery today; 
please keep her in your prayers for a full recovery)


Nancy said...

Perfect eye candy for this morning.

Want to share details on your shawl? I love the yarn you are using, the colors are gorgeous.

Nancy Kay said...

What a great photo of Sprocket! Yes, a beauty!! Adorable. I just love your kitty pictures; if I could only reach in an hold them!!

The yarn for your shawl is very pretty, eye candy indeed!! I'm anxious to see what it looks like as you progress.

kathy b said...



ITS MIZZLE on ravelry by Martin.

Mereknits said...

Thanks for the eye candy it is beautiful and has a lot less calories than real candy.

Araignee said...

What a pretty baby!
Love the shawl in the bright colors. I love working with small yarn and needles. It may take longer to get something done but it seems to go quicker-at least to me!

Katherine said...

Your shawl is beautiful! Can't wait to see it finished. And Sprocket is a beautiful kitten!

Prayers and healing thoughts going out for Lynn!!

Alyssa said...

There's nothing like switching up your knitting when your hands hurt.

SissySees said...

Prayers for Lynn. Your shawl is lovely, as is Sprocket!

Mrs. Micawber said...

Sprocket is lovely - and I love all the kittens' cycling names.

What a very gorgeous shawl that will be!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Hope to see more of this LOVELY, Kathy! =) (both Sprocket and your shawl) A prayer for Lynn. blessings ~ tanna

SapphireBlue said...

What a cute kitty!

Irisheyes Lynn said...

Thanks for the prayers and good wishes!

Irisheyes Lynn said...

Thanks for the prayers and good wishes!

Nicole said...

Such a cutie! And the knitting looks great, too. :)

(Though, I'm a bit behind in my blog reading... for all I know, you've finished the shawl already.)

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