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Thursday, February 16, 2006

Finally Exposed!

Okay folks, I finally met with my peeps, so I feel confident showing these pictures now ;) So with out further ado, prepare your eyes for a feast of craftiness! The first photo is Birch...This is my official knitting olympics choice as of yesterday! I casted on.... I love knitting this shawl!!! I even made special stitch markers and a row counting bracelet especially for it!

So I hope you guys got a good taste of things to come! Birch, and a new business venture!


Blogger candsmom said...

Birch looks wonderful so far! And congratulations to you on your business venture with Yarntopia!! Your stitch markers and accessories are so beautiful. Such a crafty and talented girl. ;-)I sure hope I can make it out Yarntopia someday and meet the 3 of you! Take care! :-)

10:12 PM  
Anonymous wendy g said...

Birch is moving right along! All of your stitch markers and bracelet and so pretty. Good luck in the new adventure.

5:29 AM  
Blogger Mom (a.k.a. Mary Ann) said...

Amy told me they were great, and she was right. I am already coveting those little sheep ones.

5:55 AM  
Blogger Shelley said...

Ohhh...look at all the pretties!! Birch looks so soft and pretty!

How do you make stitch markers? What do you use? Is there a site or anything on the net that explains? I think I'd like to make a few but I'm clueless as to how to do them or what to use...

6:58 AM  
Blogger Wool Winder said...

Those stitch markers are great!

7:14 AM  
Blogger Sarah said...

How do you use the counting bracelet? I have a counter but once the kids see it, they start playing with it!

How much are you selling them for???

I may try to start birch again.......I did about a year ago and it was UGLY but now that I have knitted more laceweight yarn, I may have to give it a try!

8:35 AM  
Blogger Allena said...

those are great! good job you're going to do well!

2:38 PM  
Blogger Stricken madchen said...

Birch looks great so far! It will be fun to see the progress. Your stitch markers look amazing. What fun to get this opportunity!

8:51 AM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Good luck! Your stitch markers are great so I know you will be successful! I'm privilaged to have some of your early work :)

2:22 PM  

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