Tuesday, January 02, 2007

My Husband thinks he's funny....putting my yarn in my craft trash bin. Luckily it was clean and empty!!! (If you know me you know I never throw anything away!)Check out this stash!! Let me tell you what's there.
On the top row we have Lorna's Lace ShepSock Yarn. On the left, the purple and green is called Jungle Stripe and yes it's self striping! Mom bought that for me. Next to it...the pretty browns is called Safari, mom bought this for her, gladly put it in my bag and said "Make me socks!" with a big grin! How could I resist!??
Second row is Wildfoote Sock yarn. Left to right we have Desert Grass (mine), Elderberry in the middle (more socks for mom), and then Bluegrass (also for mom)
Bottom row we have Noro! Three Silk Gardens and four Kureyon's. Now...do I make the stole I want out of the Silk Garden or the Kureyon?? Either way I'll need more yarn!! MORE YARN!! I thought maybe I could mix them but there is a definate difference in the feeling of both of these, so I don't think that's an option. What to dooooo What to doooo!! Who cares!! It's YARN!



6 comments:

Lisa said...

Isn't it funny how much we love just to look at the stash, even if we don't have a work in progress? :)

YogaGardenGirl said...

I am drooling over your new yarn stash. YUMMY!

Nichole said...

Nice new yarn stash! :) Btw, I found something about the double knitting that I want to email to you but I don't have your email address!

yarnophiliac said...

THAT'S RIGHT, GIRL! Who cares! It's yarn! lol I think the silk garden would make a great cozy shawl. And awesome sock yarn -- ca't wait to see the Lorna's Laces knit up. I love Lorna's!

judie said...

Lora, I was trying to email you but it doesn't seem to be working. I went to Maria's Woodpecker Cottage and found this adorable video about knitting. You just have to watch it. You'll love it! I sent it to Kate also.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6ZjMWLqJvM

Dee Sargent said...

Lora, this is Dee, hope you remember me. Could you show me how to make mittens like yours? Well, I'd like to start off with a much simpler pattern. Thanks, see you Sun.! Dee