Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Knit, Crochet and All Things Yarny

Textures, shapes and colors are what make interesting fiber accessories. Whether knit, crocheted, woven or sewn, these basic elements are what make you want to reach out and touch.

With so many yarns available it is exciting and challenging to visualize what can be created with a ball of yarn. I recently made a trip to some yarn shops (totally ignoring my already mamoth stash!) and couldn't resist purchasing some beautiful yarns. And with Fall rapidly approaching, I felt the need to knit some hats and scarves, all the while thinking of those cripsy cool days to come.
I am slowly redesigning my etsy and icraft shops to feature knit and crocheted accessories. Don't worry.... you will still find all my felted treasures on etsy and there will be an abundance of great Winter Holiday items arriving in September. But you will also find knit and crocheted accessories for adults and children. Here is a preview of what you will find.










8 comments:

BubbleGirl said...

I can't resist when I'm in the yarn shop either. That's usually where I get my inspiration for new designs... from the different textures and colors of yarn. You do such beautiful work Val!

Bare Bottoms Boutique said...

Sounds like some exciting changes to come! Can't wait to see what else you have in store for us all to admire! :)

Merka said...

I love them. Your work is fabulous and I look forward to seeing more in your shops :)

Laura's Left Hook said...

It is nice to see other types of items that you make. They are all incredible, although I am still most in awe of your felting since I cannot do it.

I am officially tagging you. Please check out this post to see what I mean:

http://lauraslefthook.wordpress.com/2008/08/13/ive-been-tagged/

VivaVariety said...

I'm so excited about cooler weather so I can get my knitting out again!

Nikki said...

Val, I love the green scarf!

Kelly said...

Fun! Can't wait to see all the beautiful softie stuff!

Couture de Papier said...

Beautiful!
Denise Nantasket Beach Mass.