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Tai Pan Shawl

My Tai Pan shawl (Paper Lanterns). Wanted to save Lucky Number Seven for the socks, so I used Scottish Highlands. It was a complete coincidence that I happened to be listening the James Clavell's Tai Pan while knitting this. Since it's a blend of Chinese and Scottish influences, Tai Pan shawl it became. :-)

My Lantern Luck Socks!

Here's me wearing my socks while my dog acts bewildered in the background. Loved the pattern and the yarn!

Lantern Luck socks

Love them!

Lucky feet, pretty socks

Lucky feet, pretty socks

Posting Socks

I posted a picture of my socks, but I don't see them. In fact, when I check the blog on my iPad, I don't see pictures of any of the finished products. I am not sure if I posted correctly!

Lantern Luck Socks

I started the Shawlette but ordered another skein of yarn and worked on the socks. I didn't think I would finish by March 20, but I stayed very focused this week. Friday is a dress down day at school, so I will wear my new socks. Unfortunately, it is still cold in northeastern PA. This picture does not reflect the great colors in the sock. Now I will continue to work on the Shawlette.

Staci's Lucky Lantern Socks

I finished these quite a while ago and have posted them other places but just now figured out how to post them here. 'Looking forward to the next installment of RSC loveliness!

Lucky Lantern socks

I finished the first RSC shipment and the socks turn out georgous. The Colors are bright and beautiful. So I will wear tehm when eyerone can see ;-))

Hazel Smith's picture

10 feet of snow

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