Nov 7

Most of the time a project determines the fiber. But some times the fiber demands a project. Such was the case with three skeins of Berroco® Uxbridge Tweed I picked up at the Ewe‘s clearance rack a few weeks ago. (Did I mention that I heart their clearance rack?)

Not only that, but I heart Uxbridge Tweed! This stuff is lurvely. It’s thick and warm and cushy; the texture is great and it doesn’t reject pattern stitches. And it’s no calm, snooty tweed – nope, it’s jazzed up with some bits of color, like orange in my oatmeal & brown goodness. Pretty sweet, huh?

I first saw Kathy knitting with it and admired it then, so when I saw these three little skeins of yummy I had to pick them up. And they wanted to become a scarf. A mistake-rib scarf. And then a matching hat. (For this, I had to locate and purchase another skein at full, retail price from another store. Harrumph.)

I still have a bit more and it’s crying out to become fingerless gloves, but I’m not listening. My other yarns are starting to call out to be heard now, too. All in good time, my lovelies. All in good time.

Click the pic for a closer look. This hat and scarf set is for my bro in MD. I hear it gets cold there.

3 Responses to “Something to keep the chill off”

  1. Chris Says:

    Mmmmm, I lurve how those turned out! And the yarn is sooo yummy . . . Will. Resist. Uxbridge. Tweed. Urgh.

  2. Petra Says:

    I like the showcasing! Great photo!

  3. Pamelalala Says:

    You know, it’s a good thing you have that guitar so nicely wrapped up. I here they are highly susceptible to the flu and with vaccines so hard to come by….

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