Storm Warning*, by Liz Corke - was beginning to seem both apt and possibly a tad insensitive. A few inches in I decided to photograph my efforts, but accurately capturing the deep blue-grey of the yarn - Bremont Valentina in Slate - proved difficult. A neutral backdrop was required and flicking through a couple of magazines for something suitable to pop underneath my eye landed on the word 'knits'. Only after the mini 'shoot' did I notice the article's title, 'Head for the Hills'! I don't mean to be irreverent but I did giggle. I have family, friends, and blog friends on the east coast of the US and I hope they giggle too. I also hope, with all my heart, that when the storm makes landfall they come safely through without too much disruption to their lives, whether they take to higher ground or not.
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Now, you lovely lot, your too kind comments, cyber hugs and messages of support on my last post were positively cockle warming, thank you. And thank you to everyone who took a look at the Craftivist Collective's Jigsaw Project.
Welcome - you need to imagine me waving there - to my new followers, Kirsty at You had me at Bonjour, Kim at Tales from a Handmade Home, Daisy at Lazy Daisy Jones, Viv at Hen's Teeth, Anne at Take Shape Fitness, and Macha Glazacheva (who I don't seem to have a link for I'm afraid). I do hope I haven't forgotten anyone!
* I've tweeked the pattern a little bit ... the modifications will be on my Ravelry project page soon.
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