Monthly Archives: September 2006

Class Sock. Not.

I’m fairly certain I know a Class Sock when I see one (some of Eunny’s socks and Grumperina’s spring instantly to mind), and this isn’t one of them. But I think it’s awesome. I wouldn’t have believed a couple of … Continue reading

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Endings and beginnings

I am now the slightly puzzled owner of a pair of pinkish socks. As I’ve said before I hate pink, have done for years. But I don’t hate these. I don’t love them, but they intrigue me. Time and again … Continue reading

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Not just another pretty face

They produce nice fibre, too. And they have really cool feet. I expect to see a gryphon or something mythical when I look up from these. Our local alpaca stud (I didn’t know we had one) had an Open Day … Continue reading

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Falling for geometry

I cannot resist texture revealed by shadow, lines of light and dark meeting, merging, diverging.And silk does this so very, very well. The subtle shifts of colour in this hand-dyed multi-colour silk blend don’t interfere with my delight; in fact, … Continue reading

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Sorry about that

I’m losing the race to get stuff done, partly because the one thing I really don’t want to do (finish my accounts) is hanging around my head like some big black cloud obscuring my vision and distracting me from all … Continue reading

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