Obsessive Knitter, obsessive parent, obsessive reader. Sometimes I like to obsess about being obsessive. Or I call it Being Passionate, because it sounds better.
thanks for visiting from yarn harlot's blog. when i've been on the oregon coast the shell variety has been more limited than what i can find on atlantic beaches. that is, shells for my particular interests.your knitting is beautiful. -naomi
That scarf is beeeyoooteeful! I wish I had the talent/patience you do. Oh, look at the beautiful drape on it! And th epattern is loverly! Great job!AMG
Ooh, that's gorgeous. Makes me want to knit a new scarf for winter!
Kristin, you're an inspiration! I'm not a scarf-gal, but your beautiful scarf is tempting me to cross over into the elegant world of Wearing Scarves.The link to the yarn didn't work for me, but I'm fascinated by the photo of the elegant drapey robe---KNITTED??? Sigh. This calls for another trip to the local yarn shop to check this out.As long as I'm gushing, I LOVED the hat from your last entry, and am looking forward to your writing up the pattern.
thank you all for the comments! They make me feel just great. I'll try to fix that link, but in the meantime, it's Berroco Ultra Alpaca in blue violet.
Gorgeous, gorgeous scarf- and in my weakness- green! Really great photo too!
What a great scarf! I would wear it every day too... :-)
The scarf is beautiful!
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