That happened quickly! When one gray day rolled right on into the next, it seemed most appropriate that we put those rainbows to use right away - warming up my hands and my heart. Spring will come, spring will come (repeat, repeat).
Annabel got her shawl, with the skein she dyed herself. It quite matches her room, or rather it quite matches her. Bright and cheery indeed! It is another Wingfeathers shawl, crocheted with just that one skein of our yarn that she dyed. It's petite sized, but then again she's only five. I tried to consider it done before adding the fringe, but she wanted it just like her big sisters, and so fringe it is.
And now, whether she actually wears it as a shawl is yet to be determined, but there are so many stuffed animals that often need a little blanket to keep the chill away. So there's that. And she told me that it's going to be really great for chilly nights when she's out star seeking, which she's demonstrating quite dramatically up above.
Little bits of joy, I tell you....a simple crochet shawl in rainbow colors and a happy face to receive it on a gray day. This is what we all need. This is why I want to keep making.