Thursday, November 30, 2006

Stash Enhancement

Dave's Banana Lace Cake.

Go buy now! I told you to do it the other day and his stock is getting low! His yarn is great, delivery is quick and he included a little bit of lavender.

Berroco Foliage in Walnut...oh this is soft. I was thinking of a hat, but now I'm thinking maybe an arm cozy. Yeah, I need one...kind of like a legwarmer for my floppy paw.

Mega Boots Stretch. I got this because I was this close to the larger discount from WEBS. I can't wait to give this a try.

Gee...guess what this is for...Lamb's Pride Worsted

Kidssilk Haze in Jacob. OMG! This stuff is so soft! I couldn't decide between the varigated and the solid stuff. I'd love to see what the color repeat looks like in this. I had a project in mind when I ordered and now I can't remember. ACK! Was it Susan's Mountain Stream? But why did I order 3?

Malabrigo. I really wanted the stonechat colorway, but they were sold out. I was thinking a clapotis redux - unless I can come up with a simple, non boring shawl that uses about 700 yds.

Note to self:
purple yarn from Jean: Arwen Winter 06 IK
Schaefer Anne: Swallowtail Shawl Fall 06 IK
Knitpicks Shadow: Mim's Mountain Peaks
Baby Silk: Icarus Summer 06 IK
Malabrigo: Clapotis II
Kid Silk Haze: don't remember

1000 yds of red and black Mohair: HELP ME OUT PEOPLE!!! :) Give me some pattern ideas!


Blogger Melissa said...

woah, that is quite a stash you're building there, girl! I'm sooo jealous!

7:23 PM  
Blogger La said...

Actually, that amount of mohair is closer to 1,200 yards I think.

What about the Kiri shawl?

10:25 PM  
Blogger margene said...

So many possiblities. Many people have knit Birch or Kiri with KSH. Both are beautiful.

7:13 AM  
Blogger Maureen said...

Whoooa boy you've got a lot to keep you busy for quite some time!!

Glad to hear the physio is working its magic and you're on the mend.

Knit on!

PS - my word verification came up
STPFDUD. Now...I challenge you to throw some more vowels in there and see what you come up with ;)

12:31 PM  

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