Friday, November 2, 2012

Friday Finishes...and some yarn!

I actually have some finishes!  I have not done much crafting this month due to the tendonitis, which the doctor said would take awhile to heal....so I just have to take it easy sometimes....

My Anne Teldy scarf.  Maj. Teldy was a character in Stargate Atlantis.  She was named after a regular visitor to Joseph Mallozzi's blog.  She won a contest on the blog to have a character named after her.  I enjoyed my interactions with her.  Anne Teldy was not her actual name, it was Kelly Hurt....and she was fighting a daily battle of her own.  Unfortunately she lost that battle earlier this year...so I made this scarf in memory of her.

Rowan cowl, made with Rowan Colourspun, which I heart very much!

Austen-inspired hat....made with Zealana Rimu yarn...I still have another skein, so I see some fingerless gloves...

Hah!  and I have some new yarnz!
Random Fandom:  "If your gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?"  How cool!  DeLorean yarn!!!  It came with a mini skateboard, very awesome!

And the new Mad Color Mad Geek Tour continues..the next three months are Firefly based..and to kick it off...

Serenity Valley - "Once you've been in Serenity, you never leave.  You just learn to live there."  Zoe Washburne....Love!!!!!!

And tomorrow I head to my last fiber festival of the summer....hmm wonder what I'll come home with???  I'd love to get one of those SOAK kits I saw after Rhinebeck... And I have pre-ordered some yarn to pick up tomorrow...

I'm gonna connect up late to...Wisdom Begins in Wonder, Natural Suburbia and Tami

3 comments:

  1. I love those skeins! Your projects are beautiful. I've been thinking about knitting that cowl. I totally see it in handspun. I'm going to check out the hat pattern too. It's sassy!

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  2. Your knitting is so gorgeous and having such beautiful yarn to work with must be extra inspiring. I don't seem to be very gifted with knitting needles but pictures like these make me feel I really ought to persist with it.

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  3. Thanks, but it's all actually crocheted, not knitted...

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