Rhinebeck 2012

Yeesh, has it been two and a half months? And I never posted my Ravellenic Games shawl? In a moment you’ll understand why.


I’ve been hard at work on another project, with an estimated completion date in the middle of December.

I had an awesome time at Rhinebeck with the gals this year. My Ravellenic Games shawl won third place for small knitted item from handspun!


Here are a couple more pictures, since I never did a proper FO post back in August.

August 2012 008

August 2012 009

I have been knitting, as you can see from the modified Harvest Moon you see there, knit from the berry yarn I spun this summer. As you may recall, I bought the fiber at Rhinebeck last year. I returned to Spinners Hill, and you can expect to see me in a dark purple sweater (with mini-me in tow) next year.


Purple was the color of the year for me:


In the front row we have Fiber Optics Footnotes in Jelly Jelly #5 (baby sweater!), a Fiber Optics wool-silk blend in lovely autumnal colors, an Into the Whirled wool-silk blend in Targaryen (light purple-gray), a Gale’s Art blend of purple silk and brown alpaca, three colors of Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply for Color Affection, and Miss Babs alpaca lace in leaf green (another favorite color of mine). I can still knit after the baby… right?

8 thoughts on “Rhinebeck 2012

  1. Congratulations, on your shawl and on your impending baby! Yes, you can knit after baby comes. I was blessed with a good sleeper baby, and I knit a gorgeous sweater that first year. I still have it, 24 years later!

  2. Congratulations-very exciting news! Best wishes to you and baby! Your lovely shawl will come in handy as you sit and cuddle with your little one.

  3. you are such an adorable preggo chick! you look great!

    I fell hard for some of the alpaca/silk at Gale’s Art too – mine’s in pink tones on the chocolate base. so much depth of color – gorgeous stuff!

  4. Congratulations! My little guy will be 1 year old on 12/23. šŸ™‚ Knitting is totally possible still. Spinning too.

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