Thursday, October 07, 2010

Fiber, wood and clay

Finished (except for weaving in the final tails, washing and blocking) gift knit

Finished sample fiber (merino/silk/angora) single on my Jenkins Meadowlark

Started gift knit

You may have noticed that this beautiful bowl has become my favorite photo prop for spindle projects. Thought it deserved a solo shot.

That's it for now at . . .

8 comments:

Leigh said...

Lovely! All of it. Seriously. :)

SweetMissDaisy (Anna Wight) said...

Ooooh, love those socks!! I'm a FREAK for striped socks!! And I did notice that bowl ... took me a while on one of your earlier photos to figure out what it was -- the glaze almost looked like oil on water. Beautiful colors!

Janna said...

Fun socks! But tell us about the bowl. Like Anna says, it does look like oil on water. So pretty

melanie said...

Excellent socks!

mudranch.com said...

Nice socks! Love the color and pattern. That bowl reminds me of a local pottery shop here who sells things very similar. I've got a lot of his stuff... "Olson Stoneware." It sure makes for a beautiful prop!

Michelle said...

I don't know anything about the bowl, really. I got it at our church women's ministries Christmas party in a cut-throat gift exchange, and was absolutely thrilled I got to hang onto it. I just love handmade pottery, the size is just right (and it's very lightweight for pottery; very well thrown), and the colors are perfect for me.

Potosi Sheep Farm said...

Great socks. I stopped making them when I never finished the second sock. I'm envious of people that can get a pair knit.

Michelle said...

Kathleen, I'm not sure I'd get the second sock knit if I did them one at a time, which is why I only do two-at-a-time using Magic Loop!