Here comes the bride

All dressed in Quilla. Here is the shawl I made for my niece for her wedding. I used the Quilla pattern minus 2 repeats to reduce the wing span for my petite girl. It’s simply lovely.

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And the bride will be lovely tomorrow, I can’t wait to see her. Hopefully I can get a photo of her dress with the shawl wrapped around her. And her handsome young man too. He fits into our family so well, it’s as if they were made for each other. Which I know they were. God knew what he was doing when he put them in each other’s paths. Happy Wedding P and C!!!

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Update on Mom: The biopsy revealed it is Cancer, Dr pretty much suspected it was. Hopefully the CT scan on Monday will show nothing more than the mass they already know about. It is growing from the inside out, if that makes sense to anyone. He won’t see her to discuss her diagnosis until June 2nd, so it must not be too dire? It’s just been a year since her last scope, so we pray it isn’t very far along in it’s growth.


15 thoughts on “Here comes the bride

  1. What a pretty shawl! I’ve been away from blogland for a while so this news about your mum is new to me. Wishing her and your family all the best, and keeping you in my prayers.

  2. Wow, that shawl is really impressive! I hope you do get a photo of it at the wedding, but if not, thanks for sharing these shots.

    As for you and your Mom, you remain in my thoughts.

  3. What a beautiful shawl! What a lucky bride!

    Prayers for you and your mom. Cancer is hitting to many families these days.

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