USA June 2007 etc.
|Sorry that I did not create this blog until now - but it has been summer! Good excuse - isn't it?|
I visited Columbus, OH again this June for the TNNA show -
where the shops buy for the winter season. It was great as ever to meet
friends and see the show.
This beautifull arrangement of flowers was in front of - I think - the City Hall. It is obvious was it is supposed to look like!
vest to the left was not yet done at the last TNNA - but here it was
finished and beautiful - her own designs - inspired by my designs - Great!
and a very good looking TRIP-TRAP Jacket ww
And what about the NAVAJO Jacket in the red colorway
v or KNITTERS ANGLES!
How I love to see my designs modeled by knit-pals!
|I visited Knitters Mercantile in Columbus and of course on a Friday morning when the knitting group met and the shop is a humming of knitters talk and the needles knit-knit-knit!|
Next destination was Harrisville - peaceful and quiet and beautiful
See my impressions of Harrisville Village here!
Lucy Neatby taught a sock-class in Harrisville and we
shared a house. We had such a good time - Lucy is very sweet and lots of
s Here is 2 different funny socks of hers.
ss and here is Lusys masterpiece - the Andean Vest. I adore it.
|I gave a color-class in Harrisville - the absolute perfect location for a color-class. We were literally wrapped in colors.|
Everybody worked so hard
|and enjoyed all the colors.|
But the best part is as ever - looking at the sample
swatches and telling the stories behind them. It is stunning to hear about
the thoughts behind the sample swatches and the hard work and intentions.
I was very pleased with the effort and the result.
The result is not about how the samples look like - but what is behind them!
This time in Harrisville was very special as Harrisville
Designs and I promised each other a lifelong partnership. I am very
grateful to be able to work with such an excellent Mill and so wonderful
people as my Harrisville friends. I am looking forward to more years in
yarn and colors and knitting.
See my impressions of the Mill here!
Before I knew - I had to leave and bring my heavy suitcases to the SAS flight to Copenhagen.