Knitcircus Greatest of Ease, Come What May
The pink is shading ever so gently, getting paler and paler. Heading into cream (why does this look like dessert?); the gray will come later. Pink and white roses, gray rain clouds? Whatever, it’s gorgeous.
This is waiting in the wings. Black Trillium Fibres Lilt, in Periwinkle.
In the meantime, there’s been a lot of pretty food! I hosted my annual Pinot & Piano fun-raiser a couple weeks ago. I provide piano and dessert. My co-hosts provide wine and music. It all comes together in a lovely evening for 16 guests. This year’s desserts:
Puff Pastry Pear Tart, served with Bourbon Caramel Sauce
These aren’t as big as they look; they’re served in mini wine glasses.
Love these glasses for presentation!
Last week Sue (Tango Mango) taught us how to make bagels.
We had them for lunch!
And panna cotta with raspberry sauce for dessert.
What pretty things are you making? Knitting? Food? Other?
Between the yarn and the food: YUM!! 🙂
Hi Michele!What a gorgeous project! Where did you get the Knitcircus Thrilling in such a beautiful color?Are you making a shawl with it?Merci beaucoup,Dawn SharafiP.S. Loved your lecture at the Tigard Knitting Guild. I think I’m going to join!
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gorgeous gradient yarns!!!
The Knitcircus Thrilling Come What May is gorgeous! Is one skein enough to make a shawl? Will your pattern that you are using be available soon? It is so pretty–does the yarn have something sparkly in it?
Yes, one 100g/400 yard skein is enough for a shawlette; I just finished! There’s also a 150g option. Pattern is at tech editor right now. I need photography and then it will be done. No sparkly in the yarn, but it is flat out gorgeous.