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When the Stars Align

When I woke this morning, there was no inkling that a new knitting project was on the horizon.

In fact, soon after a shower and breakfast, I was actually on the little loom, working on Ribbon towels, as today was the last day of my week-long vacation.

However, I noted that Saturday was Local Yarn Shop Day, and Lucky Ewe had just moved into a new location.

Saturday was day two of three day migraine, so I did not make it to the shop until a little after 10:00 this morning.

The new location is amazing. The shop looks great, and Linda has done a fantastic job with it. I also had a great time catching up with her.

She is awaiting a new shipment of even more yarn, but I fell in love with a couple of skeins of Malabrigo, as well as three hanks of Queensland Kathmandu Aran 100 (merino/silk/cashmere) in a gorgeous chocolate. I had no idea what I was going to make. I had not even decided whether I was going to knit or weave with the yarn, but I was very happy to have found it.

Once I arrived ho…

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