Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Dye Day Revisted

Several of the dye day participants brought their yarn to the guild meeting tonight. It is always amazing to see the difference drying makes.


Nova used Raspberry, Deep Pink and Desert Rose for her handpaint.


Millie used Terra Cotta, Slate and Deep Violet for hers.


Eliza used Turquoise, Turkey Red and Pumpkin.

I finally blocked the Summit Shawl. Only in blocking does it show its' true beauty. I've been showing it off today but the pictures will have to wait until mom returns from Las Vegas.


I was seriously considering not making the other two that I bought the yarn for but the red silk will be the next in line.

I am almost finished with the front of the Circles and Butterflies sweater. I am having fun with this project and loving the results. I can't wait to dive into the stash for the next design. I'm finally going to be able to use some of the yarn that I couldn't find the right pattern to knit. Next I'm going to have to devote some serious time to the Master Knitting program.

2 comments:

Acornbud said...

Lovely skeins. So much fun! Your summit is really amazing. Looks very complicated.

Eryka Jackson said...

I Loooove that shawl pattern! Is it your original design?