Patterns For Purchase

  • Kimberly
    Kimberly - yoked pullover pattern
  • Bibi
    Bibi - short sleeved yoke pullover
  • Lisette
    Lisette 3/4 Sleeve Pullover
  • Marlo
    Marlo Cable Pullover
  • Jolie Laide Scarf
    Pattern for the Jolie Laide scarf.
  • Bejeweled Scarf
    Pattern for the lacy scarf I am wearing in my author photo on Yarnplay.
  • Rock Opera
    Long, fingerless gloves knit with Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sport.
  • Back In Black
    Back In Black ribbed tank top, knit with Ornaghi Filati Bamboo
  • Tulip
    Tulip tank top, knit with Katia, Jamaica.

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Comments

scout

After going non stop since 5:45am I'm also ready to curl up on the couch rather than dye yarn and go grocery shopping for Thanksgiving. Ugh. I need a clone.

I hope you feel better.

shobhana

thanks, doll!

Isela

If it helps cheer you up, from the picture the sweater panel looks lovely :), the cables look crisp :).

Hope you are feeling better today.

del

I pick "relax". (of course because I'm lazy, LOL)

The sweater looks very good so far, but I know what you mean about having a pattern worthy of the yarn--I don't know if I'll EVER have cashmere then.

kd

I say relax because that's what I want to do right now. (I'm at work.) I think what you've done so far is lovely, but if you're not feeling it, don't force it.
I must tell you tho that I know exactly what you're talking about regarding the cashmere. I have a big bag of the stuff from School Products, and I have no idea what to do with it. I've made a few scarves, but what do I do with the rest? I need to follow your lead and just go ahead and make something.
Thank you for making my work days behind this desk a little shorter, btw.

TeAntae

Thanks for the timely post. I've been hoarding lampworked beads (some you can see on my blog right now), waiting for that "uber-perfect" project to present itself. How silly for them to languish, as you put it, in containers that are out of sight and out of mind. I just pulled several out a few days ago and have commanded myself to randomly pick one, any one, and do something with it. What's the point of having something beautiful to behold if I don't ever look at it?

Feel better.

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