Aloha! Here are the colors and inspirational images for weeks 8-9.
Here’s another colorway inspired by our movie, Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs 2. This is WATERMELOPHANTS (yup, cross between a watermelon and elephant) in 64 ct merino wool and sw merino fingering yarn:
Our trailer came out this week and we are pretty excited it about! Check it out:
Our team did a little fun spoof animation that features our cast and food creatures. My favorite is Sam (in the back with the glasses):
Another new colorway: OWL BUTTERFLY in merino/silk fingering yarn and Mixed BFL wool:
And the inspirational photo I took at a butterfly farm on St. Maarten. Our guide told us that the butterfly’s ‘owl-eye’ pattern on his wing was to keep predators at bay. Fascinating!
DANDELION Batt in merino, wool and banana fibers:
Purple/blue ounce of Targhee roving (I sooo want to spin this up myself, but am trying to be patience and spin up my black alpaca first) . . .
Here are a couple more skeins of SUNSET IN GALLIPOLIS. This first one is a variation in alpaca lace yarn:
In merino/silk/stellina (sparkle) lace yarn:
and a vibrant version in sw merino lace yarn:
I also posted a pretty dark pink ballet/pointe shoe bag:
I thought I’d also share a few projects I’ve been working on. First, is some spinning I completed! I spun about 2.4 ounces of beautiful black alpaca into 268 yards of a 2-ply lace weight skein. I want to make a lace scarf so I need about 2-3 more skeins before I can start knitting.
One final photo. . . I finally completed my first lace project, a scarf using KnitPick’s Shadow Tonal merino lace yarn. For me, it was a challenging pattern just because I’m not used to doing lace work and took me over a year to complete it. It is being gifted to a family member who likes to get my ‘first’ projects (mistakes and all), and hope she likes it.