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Apparently, I like light green. A lot.
From left to right, the Branching Out scarf from Knitty, knitted in some yarn I got at MS&W. My first pair of mittens, knitted from Classic Elite Miracle. And Birch from Rowan, knitted from kidsilk haze in meadow.
I am capable of using other colors, just not from a different color family. Behold! The first mitten for David, knitted from Frog Tree alpaca.
I can't wait for winter.
There were many goodies, starting with two skeins of Debbie Bliss cashmerino aran, two skeins of Rowan 4 ply, and six skeins of frog tree alpaca, which are destined to become mittens for Daveed Bamboo. All of which were purchased at my new favorite yarn shop, Wool Gathering.
Next, the yummy deliciousness of four skeins of Classic Elite Miracle.
Please pardon me as I drool.
My parents picked up a couple skeins of Ellyn Cooper's Yarn Sonnets while on vacay in New England. I heart blue.
Of course, there was sock yarn.
And handpainted merino from one of the yarn stores which mom frequents. We also signed up for a spinning class in October, and I can't effing wait.
I finally got a pic of mom modeling the tilted jacket. Pay no attention to the corn waiting to be husked in the background.
And the relaxing weekend offered plenty of time for me to finish the scarf I was working on. This was my first adventure with Koigu, and I think I'm in love.
I really can't wait until fall when scarves and socks become a necessity. I love birth week.
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