a SouleMama tradition: one photo, no words, something to remember. Share yours here in the comments–via a link, if you like!
This was my project in collaboration with Spurlock Museum. We picked an artifact to be our inspiration. I then spun 3 plies, one bamboo, one wool, one silk, plied them together. Then made up the pattern using a plate as the inspiration.
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wowza! I bet that lace feels amazing and has great drape. I love historical knitting projects–not doing them so much as benefiting by seeing them done. This one is amazing!
love it, Debbie! I so want to meet your hounds and that table-top lace is AMAZING!!
Our moment this week comes from our walk yesterday. We stopped for ice cream at a brand new microcreamery before walking home. It’s all small batch, artisan ice cream and is absolutely delicious!
Have a lovely weekend! xo
Wow! It’s gorgeous! I admire your talent. It’s a fantastic sweater.
This is one of my highlights of summer. A beautiful place to relax.
Beginning, middle and after? It looks fantastic!!
almost–the wool on the left is washed . . . but it had way more dirt than the wool on the right!
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