Had to post this picture of the quote that's on the wall in the shop for my end-of-the-day crew on my last day at the shop:
Appropriate, no? It was a very exciting last day that I certainly won't forget. Tomorrow Deirdre takes over and there will be many more exciting things to come!
Also, had to show you the latest customer show and tell before I hand the camera over to Deirdre:
But, ugh! I forgot whose these are! Linda's? Sue Z's? I know they are made with a very pretty color of Periwinkle Sheep Watercolors sock yarn.....
She made both pairs between one knit-in and the next (that's only a week!)
Alison G's, now Sue Z's, In the Land of Oz shawl made with Periwinkle Sheep w i n k:
Sue commissioned Alison to make this for her, which she will wear when she goes on her cruise!
Traveling Woman shawl made with Periwinkle Sheep w i n k; Cedar Leaf shawlette made with Malabrigo Silky Merino; Multidirectional scarf made with Noro Taiyo
This class is being held in August is you are interested!
And, because it bears repeating and can be applied in so many ways: