Friday, April 01, 2005

Yarn Porn

Due to the number of photos I took, I've decided to divide my flashing into three parts: Odd Lots, Projects, and Sock Yarn. We'll see how it goes. Oh, and I apologize in advance for the less-than-stellar quality of my photos. I put off the picture-taking until the last minute, so I didn't really have a chance to get creative - such as arranging my yarn into truly suggestive 'yarn porn' poses. :)

Odd Lots Porn:

5 skeins of Patons "Look at Me" and some Peter Pan acrylic sock yarn. Both bought before I knew better. The other 5 skeins of the LaM (yes, I bought a whole bag) became a pair of socks and a baby sweater.


Two large balls. Ahem! Two large balls of mercerized cotton yarn, bought while I was living in Cleveland. The intention was scarves, but I probably don't have enough yardage of either color to make that a reality. Any brilliant suggestions?


Ah, the bag abandoned-but-not-yet-frogged projects. Some leftover Lion Bran Homespun (gak!), the Patons Grace I never used (which will probably become a baby blanket), and the Wool in the Woods silk that was once attempting to become the muti-directional scarf.


Some more Wool in the Wood yarn, this time Wiggly Wool. No clue what I'll use it for, or why I bought it. Some acrylic sock yarn, and lots of laceweight merino bought for a long-abandoned project idea (socks for my cousin's American Girls doll). Maybe I'll get a bit more for a shawl or something. More cotton yarn bought on a whim, and in the middle a wee little bit of glow in the dark yarn.


Finally, the Knit Picks Andean Silk I traded Lauren for. This will actually probably become a scarf of some kind, but right now it's on a back burner.

On to Project Porn!

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