It’s 45 degrees here this morning and I wish I had this adorable blue sweater to keep me warm. Doesn’t she look toasty?
Monthly Archives: November 2009
Just knit up this delicious kerchief for a certain someone who cannot be named… smiles… wonder who it might be?
Hmmm… and what’s that underneath that yummy green kerchief? Could it be a tantalizing stack of knitting books? Why yes, it is! And right there on the top is my current read, A History of Hand Knitting by Richard Rutt, and it’s absolutely fascinating. I just love that the cover depicts both women and men knitting, so cool.
On that note, I’d like to say how thankful I am that someone, a long time ago, invented knitting!
Now offering knitting classes for kids and adults at Wildflower School in Dripping Springs. Please contact us if you are interested in joining an existing group or starting a group of your own.
Contact Shirley Sorrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Found these today on Ravelry/ Flickr. Aren’t they just the cutest?
Thought y’all would like ’em!
Also, I’m having some professional photos of some of my work taken this weekend by my dear friend, and the very talented photographer/ artist/ graphic designer/ mom, Lauri Johnston.
So keep an eye out for the new photos, coming soon!
This shot was sent in to me by Juno.
Nice color, huh?
I always love to see what kinds of different textures and colors folks use when they knit up my patterns.
If you have a shot of something that you’ve knit up from one of my patterns, send it my way. Who knows, maybe you’ll make the blog or be the next model for one of my Etsy listings!