Thursday, 14 October 2010

All up!

Isn't that just the most amazing thing?  They just got better and better at getting them up, faster and faster.  A job well done by all.  Who says there aren't miracles anymore?

Back to the much, much more mundane and inconsequential...
I have been on a small scale yarn diet.  In part it is because I have a really nice stash, but also because I have no more room to store it without going outside my study. Going outside of the study to store stash is not to be tolerated.  Period. End of story.  I can only buy yarn as I knit it away. (Note to self:  Knit faster)

This doesn't mean there hasn't been some purchasing, just very little yarn.  This has been a season of very good books.  Alice Starmore's re-issued Aran Knitting, Kaffe Fassett's Pattern Library (new to me!) Rae Comptons Traditional Knitting, another goodie from a long time ago, have all been added to my library.  

But other than as needed for a project there has been very very little yarn buying. More or less.  Reeeeally.    

Till this last week.  Last week, I had to make sure to get my deeply desired Tove while I had the chance and before someone else gets to it before I do! 

As you can see, I now have a good supply of this marvelous yarn in natural and natural looking heathers.  Shawls, sweaters, all good things are wonderful in Tove.  

There have been a few other goodies creeping in too .

 Kirameki from Noro, a laceweight rayon, nylon, wool and cashmere blend.
Mini Moochi from Crystal Palace Yarns. 

Hardly any yarn buying at all...

1 comment:

Brenda said...

Great choices. I've never knit with Tove but love the colours you chose.