Because there's no such thing as "too much yarn".
Yeah!!! I'm glad to see Icarus got to the recipient safely. She looks very happy and I'm sure you're glad to get this monkey off your back. Looks great. Hmmm... she's lucky, if I had knit the shawl, I would have been tempted to keep it and give her a substitute shawl from some store in the mall. LOL..
The smile says it all - and the grace with which it's falling on her shoulders......what a lucky girl!
Great story! Nice to see you had good weather for the Icarus transport. Looks like the recipeint is really happy with it.
Timely contest for you!! Looks like it was a hit.
Ah, what a wonderful story. I'm sure she loved it!
So glad the lovely shawl finally made it to it's destination---without too much "adventure" for you, I take it..?
I didn't know you when you started the shawl, but I sure know the end and the struggle you had to get there. I'm glad you made it and she seems very happy. Great job.
now there's my favorite kind of story, one with a "happily ever after" ending!
Well done! You win in my book!
Very nice. It was like being in labor for 6 months before finally giving birth!
I love a happy ending!
That's a wonderful story. It made me cry. Especially the part where the bride kept it.
I like it. Nice shawl too.
Who took the picture in the car. If you did I'm worried but very impressed!
an absolutely beautiful story!with a perfect ending.
That's a great way to tell the story of a beautiful shawl,Li
Great story! Glad for the happy ending.
What a fun contest, and the shawl is beautiful! Lucky gal to recieve such a nice gift. Did she love it? I hope so.
You left out the sobbing and throwing the knitting against the wall. Seriously, the Icarus shawl is beauiful and I was honored to actually see it as a work in progress!!!!
Hi it's Laura. So sorry I didn't get to comment the first time I saw this! It is fabulous!! I could feel the agony of running out of yarn and the joy in giving the gift. What a fun idea Sarah had to do this:)
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