On/Off the Needles
I have a finished project to share with you today. I finally finished my Live Oak Shawlette. It was knit with Dream in Color Baby yarn in the Cloud Jungle colorway. I used a size 4 needle and my only modification was to repeat Chart A once. I think it is pretty spectacular, if I do say so myself.
Perhaps these two together?
I'll probably just cast on for a cowl while I hem and haw about colors for the graphic Daybreak. Sometime picking all the elements are just too much. Now which cowl and what color?
I was invited to participate in my first craft show. The fair isn't until December fourth, and I'll provide more details when I have them.
The Art of School
I have some pictures to share from photography class from the Farm Day way back in August. These are scans from my contact sheet and are not refined in the darkroom. A contact sheet is just a proof made from exposing photo paper to light with the negative on top. Making a proper print involves using an enlarger, filters, paper and developing chemistry. Still these contact sheet scans provide a good look at what the photos could look like. While they aren't suitable for class, I find them interesting in the subject matter.
Later this week, I'll have some spinning and weaving updates. Have a great week everyone.