Monday, April 02, 2007

International scarf is on the needles!

I'm working on the scarf for my pal for the ISE 4 finally (it's so hard to pick a pattern and yarn). I thought I was going to use something from my stash (it was a plan with the best intentions to help my stash problem) but instead found myself at my LYS getting an alpaca silk blend that's just heavenly if I do say so myself. I bought the lavender not only because my pal loves purples, but because I think it will be flattering on her. Now that I'm working with it I think I might need to add more purple to my wardrobe as well.
I'm still using this diamond lace pattern with a seed stitch edge, but the alpaca/tencel yarn is back in the basket for later use. It's ok though, I really wanted to use it for myself anyway.
Mom caught me working on this and seemed to really like it so if I can get my butt in gear, I'll make her a lacey scarf for Mother's Day - that's on May 13th I can do it, right?

Oh, and don't forget to call me by my new name:

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Her Excellency Tracy the Omnipresent of Melbury Bubblewick
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

(Saw this on knitty prof's blog and couldn't resist knowing my proper name)


At 4/06/2007 4:14 PM, Blogger Jana said...

Hoo hoo hoo! Haa haa haa! My name is "Lady Jana the Idle of Fishkill St Wednesday" I love it!!! Especially "the idle" part! I guess a girl can dream...

At 4/06/2007 4:15 PM, Blogger Jana said...

Crap! Mothers day is May 13th? Double crap!


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