Thanks for all your very kind comments about Butterfly! I think you deserve better photos, so I gave it a try.
And lying flat:
Knitting Bloggers Cookbook
Calling all knitbloggers who cook! Elizabeth of My Favorite Things is putting together a cookbook with recipes from knitbloggers. I’ve sent her a couple of my original creations to include, and encourage all you foodies out there to do the same. Check out her blog for details.
I’ve made some good progress on Eloise — this is a very fast knit. I finished the back:
Actually I finished the left side front, too, last night. But too late to take a photo.
There was a comment yesterday that the Noro Blossom yarn resembles recycled sari silk. It really does! This colorway is lovely, and the photo really doesn’t do it justice. It’s a wool/mohair/silk/nylon blend, and as I said yesterday, it’s quite nice to knit with. It’s sort of thick and thin with slubs here and there, but is easy to work with. I am a fan.
This little cardi will need five buttons, and I need to start thinking about what kind of buttons to get. I’m thinking about wooden buttons, or maybe picking up one of the colors. What do you all think?
Lucy thinks it’s a lot of fuss over a silly sweater!