The Things We Do For Knitting . . .

This is a little photo-essay about the perils of photographing knitwear . . . summer knitwear . . . in winter, after the first snow. I promise to rave about the beautiful top on the next podcast–it’s from Kelbourne Woolens and a sample knit–but for now, I will gladly amuse you with the outtakes. Temperature was about 36 fahrenheit with fresh snow and mud on the ground . . . I have an ankle boot on for my hurt foot . . . and the necessary plastic bags to protect from the mud–I can’t exactly remove my footwear when I go back inside! Enjoy Christmas in July, er, I mean summer in November!




Glamorous to the max, eh? What have you done for your knitting (photos)? I’m almost afraid to ask! ❀ Melissa

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5 Responses to The Things We Do For Knitting . . .

  1. Mary G says:

    How I remember those days in Illinois in November! Can’t say I ever went outside sleeveless tho! πŸ˜‚. The sacrifices you make for your art!

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  2. metaspencer says:

    Oh my gosh, I love this post. So much fun

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  3. Well if you turned blue with the cold at least it tones well with the orange knitwear πŸ˜‰

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