Still not 100% here, but I can't wait any longer to show you my latest FO: the much-awaited Midtown Cardigan. Ok, so maybe none of you were holding your breath for it. But I started this sweater last September, shortly after I received my copy of Midwestern Knits. All the patterns in that books are … Continue reading I Miss My Photo Stylist
As a general rule, I love color. Pops of red, rich browns, soft grays, soothing blue and a snap of orange: all these colors are lovely. Longtime readers know, of course, that I will drop everything and swim through an alligator tank to get to any shade of green. But the pink is bringing me … Continue reading How Much More Pink?
After coming home from Seattle with so much yarn from so much yarn, I had to get creative. The Dream in Color Smooshy has been stuffed in a bag is helping one of my purses keep its shape while being stored. Two of the skeins of Silky Alpaca Lace are in the process of fueling … Continue reading Share Time!
Here it is, the project I've been hinting at for a couple weeks now: the Pimlico Shrug.I'm knitting it with my Vermont Grand View Farm Romney. This year's share came at the end of May, complete with goodies as before, and I wasted no time getting started on my project!The Romney is a great yarn: … Continue reading Pimlico Via Vermont
Receiving mail is so fun. It would be better if packages still came in brown paper tied up with string, but still. And packages with yarn? The best.Way back in December, I had convinced Mum that a share in the sheep from Grand View farm in Vermont was a good graduation gift. Doubts about my … Continue reading Brown Paper Packages