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That is why I like small projects that I can finish quickly. You get almost instant gratification. But, there is also something to be said for projects that you can leave on the backburner for a little while. Patterns with just enough challenge to keep it interesting, but not so much that it requires complete focus are my preference.
There is nothing quite like April. It is a fun month where everybody ends their hibernation. We play fun pranks on each other on the first of the month and later in the month we focus on caring for the Earth which sustains us. No matter what you like to do in April, this month means that we are firmly in spring.
I have loved hearing from all of you and am so excited to share the next part of the Pearl River Shawl. If you haven’t completed Week 1 of this month’s CAL make sure to check out the Spring Crochet Shawl post to get started. Be sure to tag us in your progress photos.
I knew I wanted to design a shawl that resembled a free-flowing river. I love the idea of a river having spontaneity; it can change its course at any time, and it can shrink or swell on its own. Once I figured out the design, it was time to find yarn to match the flowy, light design I was trying to recreate.