Archive for the ‘Yarn and Knitting’ Category
In the realm of fancy baby photography you’d have to go a long way to find a lovelier mohair Baby Wrap knitted in a certain shade of blue and created strictly for photographing purposes Only.
Here you see a Baby Wrap my daughter knitted…its fuzzy glow will add to a baby’s angelic look, right? Purple and Pale Yellow Wraps are available as well and they ship from Atlanta, Georgia.
Plus, there may be a Pale Pink Cocoon still in stock but no promises there – my daughter Maya is on Etsy’s Fast Team so you have to be quick and not dally about when it comes to ordering her handspun, dyed, and painted yarns for your Special Projects!
Update Feb 2, 2013: no, clicking the above link no longer takes you to the correct location! So I spoke with my daughter concerning Mohair Lace Baby Wraps and the yarn to knit them and find that, if interested, you will want to visit her website Springtree Road and contact her (Maya) for yarn availability! jc
For your special yarn projects groove will be in your heart with this new skein of handspun and dyed yarn named, Groove Is in the Heart! Don’t you love its saturatingly brilliant reds and pinks?
That’s my spinning daughter Maya for ya!
Click this link
for yarn, needle, and laundering details.
Good news – it finally occurred to me to add in this blog’s sidebar an Archives Search feature by month.
The monthly Archives list is already there – what’s new is a Search box for those who prefer to type before they click. It probably isn’t needed here but I thought I’d try it out, see how it handles.
Scroll down near the end of the sidebar column on your left and test drive it if you like!
Also added just now: my daughter’s Etsy Shop feed ~Spring Tree Road~ which you’ll find directly under the Flickr photo bar.
Maya has become an inspired spinner and dyer of yarns, Merino and otherwise, so check out her shop for gifts for the inspired knitter in your life…which may be You!
One thing I like a bunch about her Etsy Shop listings (besides Maya’s scrumptious photos of the beautifully colored skeins to which she’s given lovely names like: Asian Pear) is that each listing suggests the needle sizes that work best for the weight and style of yarn, plus washing instructions are given for each skein of fibers.
Now how easy is that?