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I'm a married knitter, crocheter, and newbie spinner living in the Maryland suburbs with my photographer- computer geek hubby, 3 cats, and 3 dogs. And yarn. A LOT of yarn. Just ask my hubby.

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Stitch DC Pr0n, take 2

Some more goodies from my trip to Stitch DC two weeks ago.

Laines du Nord Mulberry Silk in “Berry Multi”:


No clue what it is going to be, but isn’t it gorgeous? I thought about making a silk Branching Out, but I realized that the colors are very similar to the bamboo one I already did. So, any other suggestions are welcomed.

Classic Elite Lush in Black and White, which will be a “Congratulations for getting into NYU’s Musical Theatre Graduate Program” gift for my dear friend Hillary – a Counterpoint scarf.

Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow! Don’t forget to wear your green, or you might get pinched! 😉

9 comments to Stitch DC Pr0n, take 2

  • Batty

    Beautiful yarn! I love the closeup of the variegated stuff, but the black and white is obviously luxurious and soft. Yum!

  • Zonda

    Very beautiful colors! Very soft looking too! 🙂

  • Rain

    Ooh that’s pretty. Do you have enough for the Tiger Eye Scarf?

  • String Bean

    I love that Mulberry Silk. Can you believe that they only sell white at my lys? What a jip.

  • Jo

    Wow! I cannot believe the definition on those photos! What kind of camera do you use?

  • Trillian42

    Jo – Kris uses a Nikon D2XS. It’s his new baby. 😀 He has a macro lens that he uses for yarn pr0n.

    It does take great pics, though, doesn’t it?

  • turtlegirl76

    Mmm…another background image to add to my growing file. Gorgeous!

  • PocketSize

    Ah, you made such good choices that day! Just beautiful stuff.

    BTW, I got my wheel! I posted a pic of it at my spot, you should check it out 🙂 I could spin you anything you want… well, almost. And it won’t be very consistent yet… ok maybe I should wait to make that offer.

  • Bobbi

    wow that is some beautiful pr0n! Amazing pictures as always and that yarn! Wow!