Wednesday, August 03, 2011

show and tell

A little show and tell from Sock Summit.
My first stop was at the Becoming Art booth as I had been after a skein of Sanguine Sky for quite awhile.

Isn't it gorgeous? A couple more skeins from Lisa fell into my bag, too.

Sock knitting was virtually non-existent during the festivities of Sock Summit; I need to catch up a bit and will hopefully have some sock progress to blog about soon!!

There is no must in art because art is free.
~Wassily Kandinsky  

Becoming Art skeins in Atlas sock 'Midnight Mountain',
and Agave fingering (MCN) in 'Sanguine Sky' and 'Pristinely Ungifted'.


Andrea said...

Be still my heart... These are beautiful, Gail!

susan {florali} said...

beautiful always make yarn look so scrumptious.

pdxknitterati/MicheleLB said...

Sanguine Sky is so subtle and gorgeous. Love, love, love.

So nice to see you at Sock Summit!

Woolgirl said...

OK, why didn't I chose those colors? Ha ha! You've really done a beautiful job with these photos!!!

Andi said...

Wow, you do have the best taste in colors!

Linda at Circular Needles said...

I echo the comments of everyone else - absolutely beautiful. I would have liked to have gotten into the yarn club at Becoming Art, but it was sold out. Sigh! Perhaps next time.

Glad you had a good time at sock summit! Look forward to seeing what you knit with Sanguine Sky. :-)

Allison said...

Beautiful color combinations! I am looking forward to all these future socks :)

PenCraft said...

I can't wait to see what these become!

Lolly said...