Month: September 2008

Caty’s Scarf

Caty’s scarf is finally finished.I love this wool from Sanguine Gryphon. The only down side to this project is there just isn’t enough. The color is amazing and the fiber feels wonderful next to your skin. But there isn’t enough in the skein to… Continue Reading “Caty’s Scarf”

Morning Glories

What an amazing shade of blue…and look how the light seems to shine from the center of the bloom. I love morning glories. They are one of the few flowers that has an absolutely true blue color to it’s blossoms. This is also a… Continue Reading “Morning Glories”

Selma Ensemble

Thought you might like to see the whole Selma Ensemble all finished and ready for mailing. Now I just have to find more Sweet Tarts to gift her mom and dad. Can’t keep those things in the house. Have a great weekend everyone!

Sweet Tarts, Anyone?

Doesn’t this remind you of Sweet Tarts? This was last month’s Blue Moon Fiber Arts Sock That Rock Lightweight Sock club offering. They even included Sweet Tarts in the package. Knowing no one in the family would be interested in “Goody Goody” colored socks,… Continue Reading “Sweet Tarts, Anyone?”


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