It's a crescent shawl... we'll see if I like it when it's done.
I wouldn't be surprised if I rip it out a couple of more times!
|Here's a photograph I took of Treble. She is a fluffy ball of lovely.|
|This one has the truest colour of the two photos.|
|All balled up and ready to knit!|
|Babe's helping by enjoying the sunlight.|
|Photo stolen unabashedly from the internet|
|This is some of the yarn!|
|Here's even some more yarn!|
|Here's where I sleep, and some buntings that I knit!|
|Here are even more buntings! These ones are made from Hexipuffs used in the Beekeeper's quilt. I just couldn't commit one a day for a year, so I made a bunting instead!|
|All of my circular needles. I just made a library catalog of them all on my computer so if anyone borrows them I'll know where they are (I have lost many a pair of addis to my generosity)|
|I don't like traditional forms of artwork in my house (other than photographs) so I just got Cody to bang a few nails into the wall and I drape my shawls and knitted things off of them. An ever-changing art piece!|
|Babe can't help but sit on my pattern notes while I'm knitting. Here she indulges herself on my Juneberry Triangle pattern. I used to fight with her about it, but she is so stubborn. She would get very angry at me when I kicked her off of them, and she would hold a very scratchy grudge. It just wasn't worth it.|
|A pattern I wrote that I am less than in love with. So it will probably never get published. Made out of Baby Alpaca Sport (which is actually a chunky weight yarn). The Snowstorm Shawl.|
|My dye stuffs. I swapped from natural to acid dyes recently - so these are sort of left over. (That's a lovely photo underneath from Aly D)|