Bettina, a wonderful knitter-artist and friend of our shop, brought in her Rickenbacker scarf for show and tell this weekend. She used Tilli Tomas' beaded silk and a touch of Disco Lights to give it that extra Bettina fabulosity. I love it, check it out...
I don't know if you can really see the beads and sequins, but it's so beautiful, as soon as my Tilli Tomas comes in, probably tomorrow, I might have to whip one up for myself in "Hibiscus"- my favorite Tilli colorway. Yes, I am starting to get back to my knitting. With a week or so, left in the first trimester- yes, I said it- prego mego and sooooooo tired. Hopefully now, you can all give me a pass for my lack of blogging lately. I just haven't knit a stitch in literally 2 months. Exhaustion and nausea have totally taken over, and just finally this week, I am seeing the light at the end of the first trimester tunnel. So I decided after all, what I've been dying to work with is the Skinny Cotton from Blue Sky, and I just want something soft and cozy to wrap around me, for example- on a day like today. So one of the gals had come in with her "Mermaid" shawl, it was exactly what I had wanted.
Scarlett has been helping me stay wake through the days here at work, last week, on one of the many rainy days we had, I thought it would be fun to let her practice felting. So, I just wanted to share this picture with you, she's so sweet.
Since, I'm knitting on such a minimal level these days, if there is a project that you would like to share on the blog, just pop me an email with a picture and some detail, and I'll post it. Lindsay, if you're reading, we would love to see Phiaro #1. Of course I knit my mother a Phiaro, gave it to her on mother's day and forgot to take a picture of it. So hmm hmm Lindsay... I will be back to sending newsletters and updating classes etc. shortly!!!