Friday, November 2, 2007

I was able to cast on for my chevron mitts last night, so exciting. I finished Scarlett's malabrigo scarf, and of course when I asked her put it on today so that I could photograph her wearing it- "me no want that". Well, how about modeling your new vest? "Me no want to". So being three entitles you to completely override anything and everything your mother says, with one 2 letter word- no. That's okay, the cuddling makes up for it. Malabrigo chunky worked up so nicely, it might be the softest yarn in the world, and when I showed it to her this morning, I know loved it (hopefully she'll wear it). Next to the start of my mitts, is one of the Knit Tubes from Namaste. They are the coolest. You can stash yarn and a project on one end, while the other end has needle slots and compartments for all of your supplies. I don't think I've seen anything like this before, and I think people are going to dig it. I love the fabric on the inside, as my MIL would say, "That's neat".I wanted to post this picture of one of my youngest students. She came in last night for class, with heart shaped pins that she made for all of us, that said I love Pottery. Too cute. Her pieces are really coming along, and she has totally grasped the concept of throwing. I am really proud of how hard she works, and how much effort she puts into each and every one of her pieces. We are smile when she comes through the door... Here's to you kiddo!

1 comment:

  1. I really need to get over there for some pottery classes!

    The mitts are looking great. I love the colors you are using for the scarf and mitts.