Yarn Con 2019 (and Another Triangle Shawl)

Yarn Con 2019 last weekend was a lot of fun. Someone there set up this amazing display of mochi. I can't imagine how much time this took to put together.

I met up with a dear friend and got to catch up with her, in addition to browsing an amazing collection of yarn. Of course, I had to buy something. The Grinning Gargoyle booth had an offer of buy 3 skeins, get the 4th one free. How could I pass that up?

As usual, I don't know what I'll make with it yet, but I know I'll find something eventually.

A few days ago I finished yet another triangle shawl/scarf. This time I used Nebula from Berroco in the Pisces colorway.

I bought this yarn quite some time ago when I was visiting family in western New York. One day I was looking through my stash and decided I had to use it, right then and there. With these gradient-dyed yarns, a triangle is a great choice.

Right now I'm using up some leftover sock yarn to make baby hats. After 3 big projects in a row, I'm ready to do something small and easy. Someone is always having a baby, and they need hats, so I plan to make at least 3 (maybe 4 depending on how much I can squeeze out of these little odd balls) to have on hand just in case.