Finished the bottom border for Forest Path Stole. Using The Unique Sheep Eos in Mother of Pearl. At the KAL one of the girls mentioned a lace edge and she found the border on the Lilly of the Valley scarf would work perfect. Goes great with the pattern and no math. Woohoo.
Dogyarns is hosting the 2014: The Year of Lace Scarf KAL. There is a new clue every month.
The January clue was feather and fan and the February clue was Medallions.
Using Numma Numma the Special in Organic Greens
Shuttles, Spindles & Skeins started carrying a new yarn by a local. MJ Yarns in Fingering weight and it is 75% SW orriedale 25% Nylon. I cast on a pair of socks and LOVE it so far. It was pretty in the skein and pretty when caked up. But WOW, LOVE it knit up. It is SO much prettier than in the skein. It is super squishy. It is knitting up a little larger than my typical sock. I normally do 64 sts on double zero and this was a bit wide. Was thinking either Roman Rib or Hermione's Everyday Socks.
The Highlight of the week was the Longmont Yarn Shoppe.
The Malabrigo trunk show was there. There are some GORGEOUS objects. In all fairness, I know the items are put through a lot, but I was amazed at how much pilling there was on almost every item. They were gorgeous. LOVE the yarn, LOVE the colors, LOVE the patterns.
But wait, there is more at Longmont Yarn Shoppe...
I was so fortunate to be able to take a class from Galina Khmeleva who taught Orenburg Lace techniques. It was amazing. After the class there was a Trunk Show "The Lace Knitters of Orenburg and Their Craft" and a little shopping. It was a totally amazing day
Two skeins of Belisa Blend (65% Lambswool, 25% Possum, 10% Silk) in one in dark green and one in Black. Two skeins of Jojoland Consonance in 50/50 Cashmere Silk. One skein of Silk Yak (55/45).