Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Knitting Under a Mango Moon ...2011
Both the safari and the Ocean Streams version of the Not-a-Poncho have moons. Prophetic, don't you think? In this version, to be knit exclusively with Mango Moon yarns, I'm just loving the colors—all sunset over Napal with a huge harvest moon brimming over the horizon. I began with Dharma recycled silk moving up into Merci Me tape which comes in the loveliest natural hues and then began adding mountainous ranges of Chakra beaded yarn and the yummy new yarn Mango just added to it's repetoire.
You can still join us. we meet on the lake in Northern Michighan during harvest time and knit on the porch or in the lounge while chatting as if we've known one another forever. Mango Moon brings all their yarns, a virtual knitter's feast spread in lux abandon across the tables. My hubby, John, serves as Hairy-legged Swift extraordinaire by winding all the yarn you purchase so as to keep you knitting rather than winding. Fabulous. Fun. Relaxing and delicious—wait until you see the food!
For details, check here: http://www.janethornley.com/blog/index.php/knitting/news/