Ahhh, and here's the shrug combined with one of my felted hats. Did I mention that my photo editing program has a feature that erases your wrinkles? I kid you not! It's terrible that I used that feature on my face, because I'm always so proud of being all natural and stuff, but for these fashion-shots? I want no wrinkles, and they shall be removed.
This picture is awfully grainy, but it can't be helped, not even with my new editing program. It whitened my teeth though, and what more do you need, I ask?
Another one with lace. You can tell I really love knitting lace. My red hair, the purple sweater, and the pink one underneath it are clashing terribly, but please forgive me. I was too lazy to retake the shot...
Ohhhh, and I love this one, the Kelmscott sweater. As soon as I saw the pattern in a magazine, my heart rate accelerated. I HAD to knit it for myself. And I did.
This one I knitted when I was 14 years old. Yep, back in Germany. It fit me then, it fits me still. In some ways, it helps to not have any boobs after all.
This one has a soft spot in my heart because it is made from all my own handspun yarn. And not only that, but the white yarn is the first yarn I EVER spun, so I was extra proud of it.
Here is my most recent sweater for Steve. I knit it when we were in Mexico. He didn't want to wear it there. Then we came back to this, and he happily wore it.
Here is another sweater I made when I was a teenager in Germany. It looks kind of 80's, doesn't it?
And last, but totally not least, if you are still with me, here's a sweater I made that I live in. A lot.
You can probably tell by now that I really love knitting. People have asked me for years if I teach on-line knitting classes. Although I have taught many people one-on-one how to knit (the European, fast way - not the American, slow way), I have never taught an on-line class. I think it's time. I welcome any suggestions on how to do this, in case anyone reads this who has experience with such a thing. I just am not very tech-savy. I'd rather knit.