A fiber-crafts fanatic who lives to create.
I'm also "Wovenflame" on Ravelry, Flickr, ETSY, DoA and yahoogroups.
You look smashing in your new and comfy looking sweater. Good idea too to wear over summer tops...hmmm now that's a good idea. I fear that I would look ridiculously top heavy in that v-neck shape. It's almost got a school sweater look to it, but in a mohair type of wool, well at least from picture... LOVE the look of the wool.Cheers,Suzanne
Suzanne, I AM ridiculously top heavy and I find that it looks fine. It could be because the "V" starts well below the bustline.It's not mohair, but a terry-like cotton blend, Skacel "Vacation" 75% Cotton, 25% Nylon. You can get a closer look at the yarn at: http://wovenflame.blogspot.com/2005/05/cotton-sheep.html
So like are there four of you or something? In the time that it takes me to make a dishcloth, you make three sweaters; birth, grow, shear and spin a sheep; refinish enough furniture to seat the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and make jam.Man, you rock.
Rabbitch, I have been very busy and productive lately, but don't negate your own accomplishments. I am not juggling two jobs to support my family, raising an active child AND finding time on the side to knit dishcloths. This creative stuff and a little housework and cooking/baking is ALL I do.Yes, as a matter of fact, I do live in Paradise.
So do I. Mine just has less free time :)
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