Goes well with the pink one
Thursday May 08th 2008, 10:47 am
Filed under: Amaryllis,Spinning

Accessorizing my amaryllises.   I’ve got to show you these before they fade out.three amaryllises in May

And then, hey look, there wasn’t much overtwist after all; when I straightened out the skein, it pretty much stayed straight.not too much twist

Commenter Sonya surprised me with one answer to single sock syndrome; I love it.   It came with its own single earring.  (Stitch marker, earring, hey, a necklace with dangly stitch markers would be so cool. )  Thank you!

Meantime, the rest of the Crown Mountain bag is beckoning me to come to the dark side…


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(panting) so..many…posts. I cannot keep up with you. Hooray for Alison, outblogging us all!

Comment by Karin 05.08.08 @ 3:55 pm

The three amaryllises are gorgeous!
Your handspun is stealing the show, though. 🙂

Comment by Toni Smoky-Mountains 05.08.08 @ 4:46 pm

Oooh, now ther’s an idea for all my single earrings…twist the wires into stitch markers! Must buy jeweller’s pliers.

Comment by Carol 05.08.08 @ 6:08 pm

Pretty, pretty, pretty! But alas, the amaryllises didn’t embiggen.

Comment by Lynn 05.09.08 @ 12:41 am

I’m am glad you like it. When making the stitch marker I kept thinking about a dragonfly going around to the different flowers you have. So each bead is a flower.
I love how your yarn turned out. Wonderful color.

Comment by Sonya 05.09.08 @ 5:43 am

So much beauty… but I agree, the handspun is the top of the class!

Comment by Channon 05.09.08 @ 8:00 am

What pretty flowers and Handspun yarn 🙂

Comment by Danielle from SW MO 05.09.08 @ 10:25 am

I KNEW you could do it! 🙂

Comment by Jasmin 05.19.08 @ 10:37 am

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