What a cute idea!
One of the yarn shops in Knoxville died up a skien of yarn and a onesie at the same time.
I see a sweater Perpetua over that onesie or a hat and matching baby boots.
(This is for you wonders who dye your own yarn...
I don't dye my own yarn....yet.
I do think I've convinced Fireman that I can raise a few dwarf alpaca buns some day....It is a long term goal.....)
This is the Lover's Knot Infinity Scarf that I made on my way home from Knoxville. It is just a one row pattern that you do over and over again.
I used the Local Yarn from Tennessee: Sheepy Curls Yarn in the Galaxy colorway.
I have enough left over for another cowl or socks.
This yarn has amazing spring to it. It is 10% nylon.
I think I succeeded with this lace pattern because
a) I knit it as a passenger on a long car trip
b) I didnt put it down and pick it up as much as I would have at home ....otherwise known as the critical less distraction factor and
c) I got really really lucky twice when I messed up and miraculously was able to pull back and keep going.
This almost never happens....
These are my Daffodils.
I have enough to cut for the house And enough left to
make a splash in the garden.
These are my favorite kind because I love the coral bell with the white leaves.
I confess I had a minor meltdown yesterday when the sun refused to shine and the winds were off Lake Michigan yet again.
Oh 40s I am so done with you this Spring.
I went to my LYS and felt much better about the day.
My LYS can perk me up any time.
This Sunflower Pillow is going to be a class at my LYS
Three Bags FUll in Northbrook.
Linda is knitting one up in traditional Sunflower colors too.
I think it is stunning, so I just wanted to throw it in today's mix and show it to you.
I'm off to read your blogs now.
And Yes the Cubs are doing fantastic.
My neighbor who is a Sox fan said,
"well they better win the Series because they've all but mapped out the parade route"
THIS is OUR year!