Camilla Blanket pattern is now available through Quince. Knitted in osprey / clay, this blanket makes a quick knit. I should know--I scrambled to make the blanket as a last minute gift for Immie last Christmas. Though, Oliver here would disagree that the blanket was actually made for his kneading pleasure. (I'm pretty sure he believes that he is my first, no--only baby.)
Immie was a wild thing the entire time. She was dazed with excitement to have all those toys (she usually has to share) all to herself. She was in bliss— making it impossible for me to get a magic-moment-shot. But, they're fun pictures...I'm so glad to have them in our family album.
Right before we left, Immie flipped all the stools upside-down, making boats, so she could sail away. Silly. Love her imagination.
(By the way, the photo where she is sitting still with the Lottie set on, was all Amy's doing. At least she listens to her teacher! She never would have posed for me like that.)
Have a marvelous weekend,
Wow, another pattern release—can you believe it?
I'm excited to tell you that Cecily Glowik MacDonald has just released Ashore, with friends. I'm even more excited to tell you that I am one of her friends. But that's probably obvious, since she is so amazing.
Anyway... this double-sided, textured cowl, South Paris, can be found in the ebook (or separately on Ravelry or Madder). Thank you for including me, sweet C!
And just a bit about the name: We were all asked to name our pieces after a town and I chose South Paris, Maine, where my husband grew up and where a lot of his family still live.
Yarn: Finch by Quince & Co.