I finished my Northern Lights Shawl a while back but 1)hadn’t blocked it and 2)hadn’t photographed it. Then the stars aligned. Hannah got a haircut and was anxious for pictures of the new look. I gladly agreed to take the photos if she would simply model the shawl for me.
I love it when a plan comes together. And I love it when a pattern (Northern Lights) and a yarn (1 skein of Noro Kureyon Sock Yarn) are so perfectly matched.
So the haircut is really cute and the shawl is really awesome.
And the kid is still really goofy. First she wore it on her head.
Then she wore it as a dress.
And after that she wore it as a skirt. She may look like me (and with this haircut I can finally say that I “see” it) but she still acts like her dad.
She got a little pouty when she realized that these bangs are going to be in her face all the time.
It’s okay, though. We all agree that the haircut rocks.
And so does this shawl.
She’s adorable in that haircut (I am sure at her age, she doesn’t want to hear the words cute or adorable, but then neither did I). I love that shawl. She reminds me of my younger sister – pretty and always finds an unusual way to wear things (while still looking good).