Free Knitting Pattern for 4 Row Repeat Lace Shawl or Scarf - Easy openwork mesh lace wrap is knit with a 4 row repeat in sock yarn on larger needles. Perfect for multi-color yarn. Designed by Lorna Miser

Free Knitting Pattern for 4 Row Repeat Lace Shawl or Scarf - Easy openwork mesh lace wrap is knit with a 4 row repeat in sock yarn on larger needles. Perfect for multi-color yarn. Designed by Lorna Miser

This aerial view of STS-1 shows the space vehicle for the first Space Shuttle mission shortly after it was moved out of the Vehicle Assembly Building.

This aerial view of shows the space vehicle for the first Space Shuttle mission shortly after it was moved out of the Vehicle Assembly Builidng’s High Bay 3 for the journey to Pad A at Launch Complex

Free knitting pattern for baby jacket with hood in garter stitch and more baby cardigan knitting patterns at http://intheloopknitting.com/free-baby-cardigan-sweater-knitting-patterns/

Baby Cardigan Sweater Knitting Patterns

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch by IMPACTEES

‘Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch’ Graphic T-Shirt Dress by IMPACTEES

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch by IMPACTEES

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch by IMPACTEES

‘Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch’ Graphic T-Shirt by IMPACTEES

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch by IMPACTEES

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch by IMPACTEES

‘Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch’ Men's Premium T-Shirt by IMPACTEES

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch by IMPACTEES

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Take a photo look at NASA's first space shuttle mission STS-1, which launched the shuttle Columbia, which launched on April 12, 1981 with astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen.

Take a photo look at NASA's first space shuttle mission which launched the shuttle Columbia, which launched on April 1981 with astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen.

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Curtains

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Curtains

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Throw Pillow

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Throw Pillow

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Burlap Throw Pillow

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Burlap Throw Pillow

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Square Canvas Pillo

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Square Canvas Pillo

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Samsung Galaxy S8 C

Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) Samsung Galaxy S8 C

Original 1981 vintage NASA issued 8x10 color press photo (on Kodak paper) showing STS-1 commander John Young in suit room at Kennedy Space Center.

STS-1 / Original NASA 8x10 Press Photo - John Young in Suit Room

Original 1981 vintage NASA issued 8x10 color press photo (on Kodak paper) showing STS-1 commander John Young in suit room at Kennedy Space Center.

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch Framed Tile

Space Shuttle Columbia-STS 1 launch Framed Tile

The space shuttle Columbia, NASA's first orbiter, is showered with lights in this nocturnal scene at Launch Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., during preparations for the first flight (STS-1) of NASA's new reusable spacecraft system. This photo was taken in March 1981 ahead of Columbia's April 12, 1981 launch.

[From National Air & Space Museum] March Space Shuttle Columbia on Launch Pad being prepared for liftoff on its maiden voyage, the mission.

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