More foliage shots because it was THAT pretty.
The yarn (I'm pretty sure) is Lucy Neatby's Celestial Merino Hand paints, fingering weight in Sugar Maple.
I was completely out of the loop and did not know until this weekend that the people behind Sanguine Gryphon parted company and have now reorganized. I met Sarah and Sam and we are talking about a trunk show for Westport Yarns.
Nancy and I checked them out early afternoon on Saturday and they were completely cleaned out. Luckily they held back for the second day. I loved their yarns.
Adjacent to the Blue Moon Fiber Arts booth was Adrienne Ku. She had a lovely little set up with patterns and yarn. You've definitely have to keep an eye out for these hidden gems. This sock is called Lynn.
I picked up the pattern and the yarn
for the Schmetterling shawl.
Knit Swirl. There was a vendor who had kits for the patterns in the book AND the author, Sandra McIver, was there consulting.
Yes, I know, totally schleppy picture. I wasn't ready for my close up. I am going to work with Sarah to set up a possible trunk show and tie it into a class I'll teach at Westport Yarns.
This isn't my style to wear or make, however, it was gorgeous in it's own right. It's Black Sheep Designs, Susan Costello.