Saturday, January 13, 2007
Friday, January 12, 2007
it's not only
Kermit the Frog who
sings about Being Green.
Many people think this shade of green is
But when it's knitted up, it
calms down quite a bit.
this slip of a scarf
is being knitted "plain" ...
any attempts at lacey patterns were
swallowed up by the fuzziness of the mohair.
I think it will make a
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
time is ticking until the start of:
It starts this Thursday,
January 11th, for a special vernissage/ preview Evening.
The show is, yes,
in Palm Beach, Florida.
You can find out more
about the show, here.
My work is being represented
by CREA Gallery.
Sunday, January 07, 2007
Do you know
London-wul, in New Brunswick, Canada?
You should, London-wul is the
brainchild of Heidi & Arnold.
I have yet to visit their terrific shop,
but i've heard marvellous things.
Heidi also has a blog.
Maybe you've seen it already.
Heidi has decided to host a Knit-along:
Sally Melville's Einstein Coat.
Have a look at Heidi's
entry for December 15, 2006
(entitled Swatchy swatch,
if you're checking her sidebar)
to see the link for Extra info/Q & A's (from Sally herself)
about the Einstein Coat.
This pattern is from Sally's book:
The Knit Stitch: Inspirations & Instructions.
I had entertained the idea of the Einstein
coat for quite a while ....
Usually i don't knit "large" projects.
(not even medium size projects).
A coat is a practical & fun idea,
but a huge chunk of time.
(who doesn't want a little coat
called "the einstein coat"!?)
So after all, i've decided to
join in with Heidi & the other Einstein
What better way to tackle a "first time
jacket" than with a knit along.
I don't have the yarn yet.
But finally, i've made the decision.
I'm going to use a curly Mohair.