|The yarn is made from Black Cat Farmstead's Icelandic/Shetland blend.|
Beaded Beret--The stippled colorway, Twyla Brae, of the Richard Devries yarn is named after a remote village in Scotland. The beads can remind me of raindrops.
The Kaffecushion is sewn together and is at the shop. The colors are so pretty and it is a good project to show off both the color and yarn. Rowan Pure Wool Worsted is very nice to work with and the colors are just beautiful.
|The cushion is 24" x 24" and propped against the little cupboard my father made for my sister the year I was born. It is a piece of furniture I treasure.|
accommodate the 457 stitches! I will scout out some buttons next time I am at the shop. Photos will be posted when the yoke has progressed.
Last week I got an email from Blue Sky to do some sample work--not knitted--and I am excited to work on it.
Saturday was spin-in at Anoka Fiber Works. We had a pretty big crowd and had to move the circle bigger. I may not be buying yarn, but when I saw the gorgeous clouds from Linda, I could not resist. I have the light art yarn spun from the batt I made while visiting Joanne in Texas and the colors would look good with the blue and white cloud.
|Dark Side of the Moon, a blend of Cormo wool and ink blue silk noil. It is not finished yet, but I made good progress.|
|A soft, fluffy cloud of BFL.|