12.19.2014

Sneak Peek for the New Year!

I got so caught up in end of the year goings on I just realized it's been weeks since I blogged... whoops!  I was so "on" it for a while there.... well, here's one of the reasons blogging slowed down!

My friends at Kelbourne Woolens just released a new yarn... a lace weight version of Road to China.  Late this summer they asked me if I would design a mini collection in it.  How could I say no? (Has anyone figured out that I suck at saying no? I love saying YES!)
Road to China Lace has 65% baby alpaca, 15% silk, 10% camel + 10% cashmere and is put up in generous 656 yds/100 gram skein! You are going to like this yarn! 
Above is a little sneak peek of one of my four designs for The Pathways Collection... I can't wait to share them all with you! They are going to be great for projects in the 1st Quarter KAL in my Ravelry group (more details on this soon...).

Oh, and do you know what?  I never announced the winners of the Chiaogoo Needle Giveaway, whoops (bad blogger!)!  Congrats to Stampergrandma (metal) and Vivcrest (bamboo), get in touch to claim your needles. Thankyou again Chiaogoo!

6 comments:

  1. Yes, yes it's IS Crack Yarn. You just want to keep knitting with it forever!

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  2. Oh my another yarn to add to my ever growing stash. The pattern looks fabulous darling, can't wait!

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  3. Okay I really want a skein of this yarn NOW!!!!. Laura, I have been thinking what in the world are you planning to do to keep all of us motivated? You never fail, and I'm so happy to know you and to know your work. Year 2015 is going to be just as much fun as all the rest. I have not said this lately, THANK YOU for just being you.... ;-D

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  4. Ok, I officially can. not. wait!!!!! I love Crack Yarn and I'm ready NOW! :) Will be looking forward to your KAL!

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  5. Laura, thank you so much for the wonderful prize! I feel very blessed! I am very, very grateful!!! Viv (VivCrest)

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  6. Wow, that sounds like an amazing blend of fibers! Pretty shawl too ;-)

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