Friday, September 4, 2009

Glitz and Glam

Bead purists would probably call it cheating....

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But I do not care.

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I'm having flashbacks to my glitzy Boston days. It was the 80's. Sequins and beads were big.
As was our hair.

I had to put it away before I got drool all over it. And then I took it out again.

I may not have remembered which site I saw it on when I told you about it...but when it came time to order it, I was spot on!

That's the Tilli Tomas from Kpixie. I am in love.

I know exactly what it is going to be.
It agrees wholeheartedly.


I have dug my claws into summer, and refuse to let it go.

Because I really like a challenge.

My determination is manifesting itself in color choice.

Here's a little something I started yesterday.

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Huh, what do you know? Same blue.

This sucker is flying off my needles. I know! When's the last time you heard me say THAT??

But I'm very nearly done with the front, and when I find the camera card, I'll show you.


6 comments:

  1. Hey, the beads are there - who cares who installed them?

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  2. I LOVE that Tilli Thomas yarn. I haven't purchased any yet. I don't wear scarves and can't think what else could be done with it.

    BUT, I adore it EVERY time I go to the yarn shop!

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  3. I'm very curious to see that knit up.

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  4. bead purist shmead purist, trek's right, who cares how the beads got there! And who could say anything disparaging about that tilli thomas yarn? yowza, so beautiful!

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  5. I agree with Trek! I've strung beads before knitting...ick, I'd gladly pay for it! So you are in a blue color phase? ;)

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  6. Ok, I'm curious! That is some gorgeous yarn! I'll bet you're making yourself a new thong. Sorry! Couldn't resist.

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