A Kapinny post
Every third Sunday of the month, if I have the time, I go to a meeting of crocheting cronies.
We sit on an assortment of old sofas, at an organic food market, and crochet.
Bernadette helps anyone who's in need of technical assistance.
She was wearing a rather lovely hand-knitted jacket, her own, natch.
I'm making a crocheted jumper in a fetching watermelon colour. I'm doing it in a wool and silk blend, a discontinued yarn, of course. I say of course, because once I started it, it became clear that I would run out before I was done.
I did a search, and fortunately, I think I may have found some more in a tiny store in another state. I'll just have to be thoughtful about where in the garment I place the mismatching dye lots.
By the way, here's my husband's jumper with the brand new collar line, on its recipient. He says it's quite comfortable now, and very warm.