Saturday, June 21, 2014

This and That

 I couldn't find Pink in the suggested yarn for my next knit up. 
So I went for blues…again. 
These are my new glasses.  See the little dot? 
It is the magnet that the sunglasses click on to. 
Ingenious I say.   When the silver mirrored sunglasses click on to these they look like a totally different pair of glasses.  
Anzula yarns is going to be at Three Bags Full on Monday from 12-3.   Almost all their yarns have some cashmere content. 
They come into yarn studios, set up, stay just 3 hours and they leave.  It's their gig.  
I hope to get up there to see the trunk show. 


Anonymous said...

Your yarn might be blue again, but it's a very, very beautiful blue. I love the hint of sheen.

Your glasses are very pretty too. Amazing how many ways they have to clip on sunglasses. I have two "clips" --- both pinch to the bridge, but I had a pair similar to yours a couple of years ago. The magnet was on the top of the temple though.

Judy S. said...

That magnetic dot is VERY clever. Sure like that blue yarn but surprised Malbrigo didn't have any pank.

Katherine said...

I think of you when I see blue! It is beautiful yarn and perfect for KathyB. I really like the new glasses. I've never seen any with sunglasses that snap on by magnet. I had some once that had clip on sunglasses. I like this better! AND the frames are beautiful without the sunglasses. Good choice!

Nancy said...

Ooh, I love the idea of the magnet for the sunglasses! That's new to me, so I must investigate.

You can't go wrong with Malbragio - pank OR blue

KSD said...

I've got to ask about the magnet next time I go in for glasses; ingenious!

SissySees said...

Beautiful yarn and glasses! Did I ever show photos of my new specs? I don't remember...

Araignee said...

That's a great idea for glasses. So blue is the new pink for this summer? Good. I'm doing blue right now myself.

Nancy Kay said...

Blue Malbrigo - luscious. It's so soft, it's one of my very, very favorite yarns.

I have not seen glasses with the magnetic dot; now that is ingenious!

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