or at least has a graceful neck…
i tried to find matching buttons, but it wasn’t happening. i especially love the middle one with the fake stitching. and this one has some options since you just slip the buttons through the knitting – you can button one two or three.
my handspun wool/silk dyed by fleece artist – sooo squishy and soft
blue moons neckscarf
this yarn is de-licious… must be that angora.
my hand dyed recycled dkny sweater wool – three colorways from this batch
58% wool/31% angora/11% nylon
and, as out of place as can be, some mittens that i’m working up a pattern in order to make some kits with some of my hand dyed. not quite perfect yet.
orange rothko mitts
i love how the mohair blurs the lines just like in his paintings.
vintage mohair seen here
my hand dyed recycled sweater wools
today i am spending more that my fair share of time at knit one. i refuse to miss another afternoon knitting group – since i miss so much drama :) and then from 6-8 there’s a ravelry meet-up there also. my curiosity has me coming out for that one. i may not stay very long… we’ll see.