Meshugas & Yarn
because socks don't knit themselves
Oh Sweetie, The shawl is all you dreamed it would be and the extra stripe you added does make it radiate like the sun. How lovely! And Your words, well they did to be, what her response about the shawl did to you.It is priceless.I love you, mom
**sniff** Beautiful shawl for a beautiful young lady.
That is gorgeous! WOW!
:)*Somebody* looks just like her mama!
that's a gorgeous shawl!
It is a beautiful shawl. Congratulations on both of your fine works.God bless.
wow. oh. wow. Absolutely breathtaking
Absolutely beautiful! Like the story of Genesis, Tirzah will bring God's light to the people! They BOTH radiate His beauty and love!Kudos and Congratulations!
The shawl, and Tirzah, are beautiful! Great job!
It is so beautiful!
Oh wow, speechless!! That is the most beautiful shawl I think I have ever seen!! That will be treasured by Tirzah for the rest of her life. What an awesome gift! Love you!
I am absolutely speechless! It was looking so good in the last post, but oh my, I had no idea the extent of its beauty! And Tirza is so beautiful in and of herself, but together they complement each other. Mazal tov!
It's lovely--beautiful work!
The shawl (and your daughter) are absolutely gorgeous. Good work on both of them!
WOW! That is absolutely AMAZING!!
This is absolutely beautiful!
they both look so beautiful, like a ray of light. Great job!
This is absolutely STUNNING.. so artistic and so full of love. What a treasure they both are :)
I love it, and it is so well modelled by a beautiful young miss.
It turned out beautiful. I have been wanting to make something for my girls' hope chests and have been looking at this lovely pattern too. I'm glad your daughter liked it and how wonderful that your hubby is proud of your art!
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