Yarn Overload

You are probably asking about Sisters of the Wool, the shop I found in Westport following the disaster in Tiverton! So I will bring you up to date.

Daughter no 1 and I took the grandson to the park along with hubby and after we entered an aladdin’s cave of yarn!!! There was so much to look at it was like being in a sweet shop!

This was how I came out

I know you say not much! But I couldn’t resist them, no projects in mind but took advantage of Malabrigio, Ella Rae and Madeleine Tosh.

 

 

So with all this yarn did I do any knitting? Completed projects between playing with grandson? Well between naps –

 

 

Sea of Dreams baby blanket for daughter no 2’s friend. And I couldn’t resist using one of the yarns I had bought at Sisters of the Wool so daughter no 1 is now the proud owner of

a scalloped shawl by Malabrigio from their sock yarn beautiful colours and much admired

 

 

 

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  1. You are a woman after my own heart- never let a good opportunity pass by! And yes, I am a bit envious of your lovely stash…

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  2. Beautiful! I have just discovered Malabrigo Chunky, and will be trying out their gorgeous sock yarn next. I’ve been eyeing Madeleine Tosh for a while … maybe next year!

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