bulls and sheep in seville

Daughter no.1 and I went to Seville last week for 2 days.seriously delightful city, but in almost 2 full days of walking, walking , walking, did not see anything knitting related except these sheep 

seville sheep as you know, seville is big on bulls but I prefer to think the shirt’s portraying the black sheep leading the white sheep.

HOWEVER, on our last stroll ,getting lost as usual on way back to hotel, we ran across this seville yarn needless to say, Alex did not want me to go in. I did, usual acrylic suspects, but I did see some seda, which I think means silk in bright wonderful colours- no time to investigate further. so yes, there is yarn in Seville- but I have no idea where it is!

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PIP(pattern in progress) finished-

Managed to finished the easy tunic pattern finally-it’s printed ( a new  long timer record(4months later).tunic This would be a good first sweater.It’s a very easy knit and appeals across age groups(I wear it, my 20 year old wears it).A more advanced knitter would want to add short rows in collar and refine arm shaping.Pictured in debonnaire soft spun, but doable in any dk yarn.tunic back

the sun is bigger in suffolk

bigsun1.jpg ok so I didn’t take this pic-but- I swear this is what the sun looked like driving back from aldeburgh

In between trying to sort all this out and manage sava +friends over half term- I am making some progress on the new cardi  cashmere-cardi.jpg

knitting at daniel galvin

erica-at-daniel-galvin-kip.jpgso I had to go to daniel galvin to get some knitting done- lots of interest, especially as it is cashmere.  Nice alfie was properly polite and acting interested. so when are people going to wake up and realize kniting is chic.

still resizing photos, figuring out sidebars ad nauseum

Is it fun yet?

WIP- I know what I’m doing-not

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Instead of a new puppy – I got a blog!  moose is happy about that at least. Hopefully, this will not be the longest wip ever.

   

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