“Busy Worker Bees”


Aunt Geri, Kirstin and I are “Busy Worker Bees” right now.  We often have yarn, mostly mill spun, that is of Grade 4 or Grade 5 quality. This yarn is generally light fawn or medium fawn in color, and because the staple length of the hair is shorter at this grade, this yarn has a fuzzier appearance. To me, Momma, the yarn is not interesting to the eye. So… Perhaps I’ll let the pictures tell the story.

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Kirstin’s little dog “Derby” protecting my “Spiced Gingerbread” scarf. The scarf is near completion here; all I need to do is tie it off of my rake loom.

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The scarf is medium fawn in color. Our Tulip & Vannie are both medium fawns. This is a fairly popular color, but I wanted to spice it up.

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I knit a bright multicolored crochet thread with the alpaca yarn to produce a piece with a little more interest.

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I have to admit, I don’t run a real high tech operation here.

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2 Responses to “Busy Worker Bees”

  1. Style Surani says:

    very impressive! love the multicolored thread . http://www.stylesurani.com

  2. Aunt Geri says:

    Spicy and yummy looking! The scarf is beautiful and fun too – let your creativity run!

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