Monday Morning Mirth
COLINETTE: Prism – color Alizarine
stash enhancement aplenty this weekend…
Absolutely glorious! (And you have a way with a camera, too, Girlie!) :-)
Colinette, hmmm? ka-CHING.
Yes, me pocketbook could only cry UNCLE! But hey, after all that overtime worked on the Chicago Marathon, it would be just Plain Unfriendly NOT to share a little with my LYS… teeheehee…
I’m also thinking of this as my consolation prize for missing Rhinebeck!
A lady came up to me in the shop as I was fondling this yarn and said, using the voice of a Snark, “Well, they’ll see you coming in THAT!”
My reply: “But of course, darling, what else is The POINT?!”
She was buying some really boring GREY yarn…
Oh, how fun! Must be something in the water with Colinette. After seeing a scarf in a Point 5 like yarn over the weekend I’ve had a strong need to find some Shimmer 5 for myself.
Love that color!
*sniff* Gray yarn is not inherently boring… it’s what you do with it, right? RIGHT?? Gray is my favorite color.
What a great photo! Thanks for the props for the Red Sox – I’m a big fan (of them and you!).
It’s absolutly fabulous! I agree, sometimes it is so hard to knit with something so perfect on its own. Good luck finding something to do it justice, I know if anyone can do it, you can.
Now that’s a happy Monday morning photo!
WOW! Gorgeous colour in that scarf! I love the pic, my self portraits are always a little scary…
I see a new trend coming! How much you wanna bet that you’ll see models on the runway wearing hanks of gorgeous hot pink high-end yarn around their necks next season? [You reading this, John Galliano?] And I agree: That yarn has to be in a bold color. It’s just gotta. I mean, this is PRISM, bay-bee. Shout it out!
u are a silly lady, and thats why we love ya!
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