If yarn were edible


This would be raspberry mocha almond pancakes with butterscotch sauce and I’d be having them for breakfast. I’d eat them all and lick the plate clean! Yum!

In other knitting news, the yarn for Oscar’s George arrived in the mail Friday and it’s time to finish that sweater! This is the worst part, the seaming. I always hate that part. So painful. It seems worse on a raglan sweater too. The seams need to be so nice and neat because they’re running across the chest for everyone to see! And you can’t get the nice even mattress stitch going on an angle. If I was one of those celebrity knitters, like Julia Roberts, this is where I’d call in my assistant.

6 thoughts on “If yarn were edible

  1. Iris says:

    Oooh. I just made a pair of socks from yarn in this EXACT SAME colorway by Trekking, #805, I think, from Jimmybeans Wool. I love them. Neapolitan and Orange Sherbert combined. Mmm, mmm. I’d like to see what you’ll do with the Dazzle. Just found your blog today and I’m loving it. Can’t remember how I got here, though.

  2. Lynn says:

    I found this while doing a search on ‘tahki dazzle”. I love the way the striping is coming along on that scarf, and I was wondering if you would share the pattern with me. How many balls did it take?

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