Monday, June 23, 2008


Oh, yes what a stash...

First of all some yarn I'd be happy to sell...two balls of Jaeger Aqua

...and four balls of RYC Bamboo soft, no they haven't been used, they're just their usual tatty selves...

...and finally two balls of Blue Sky Alpaca's Brushed Suri which makes me sneeze...

Let me know if you're interested in any of these and I'll quote you a price including postage from Melbourne Australia. We don't smoke and although we've both a cat and a dog, I keep my yarns well out of their way and well wrapped up from dust.

And now for the yarn waiting to be knitted into something gorgeous (I hope). First up, Jaggerspun Zephyr and Habu Textiles Wool Stainless which I'm going to make into a version of Kim Hargreaves' Tender from Nectar. I'll use the Habu for the ruffle around the body and cuffs to give them some volume.

also going to be made into Tender (oh, I love that pattern) is gorgeous yarn, Filatura di Crosa Superior. The whole cardigan is only going to weigh 100g without buttons!

Oh, and another Piper hat for Michael from Jo Sharp's Contemporary Knitting 1

And finally some Karabella Boise for two Juliet scarves from Louisa Harding's knitting little luxuries. I've already knitted one for Roxanne in Louisa Harding's Angora Pure, but that made me sneeze also. I'll make the flower brooch for the green scarf from my left over Kimono Riboon.

I've got several other patterns in my Ravelry queue...Louise Harding's fitted sweater from Modern Classics, one of which I just knitted for Cathy's birthday in the Brushed Suri, which I'd like to knit in Joseph Galler's Pashmina 1 Forest, but the cost, the cost; and Kitty from Louisa Harding's Summer Classics, perhaps in Farmhouse Yarns Bonnie's Bamboo Ivory or Terracotta and a long sleeved Marmee from the same book in Paton's Merino Deluxe. That should be enough to be going along with...

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