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Monday, November 1, 2010

best wishes to Island Sweet

Tiny Ballerina, Holly in the Snow, and Pink Sand

Holly in the Snow (detail)

Pink Sand (detail)
I wanted to send out my very best wishes to an artist I have met in person and through her blog ... it is Shawn O'Hagan of Island Sweet, she is an exhibitor at the One of A kind Show here in Toronto and will be here in a couple of weeks. Here are some photograghs of my knitting with her work and I am knitting up my very last skein (Tiny Ballerina) of her handspun wool. So, Shawn I will see you at OoAK ...
Everywhere I go that I am either wearing her work or knitting with her wool ... I get tons of compliments and many inquiries. I have gifted scarves that I see my friends wearing all the time.
So, I wish you all the best at One of A Kind in a few weeks ... you can find Shawn on my blogroll! I love her work and can't wait to see her booth in a few weeks!


Unknown said...

Now there you go, wishing I could really knit! Beautiful wools and thank for the link!

Unknown said...

what a lovely, thoughtful blog entry! see you in a couple of weeks.

Barbara said...

My pleasure Shawn,
I love your work and hope that you have a successful show!

Tammie Lee said...

your knitting is quite dreamy, umm.
Lovely wool, I can see why people comment! Wish I could be at the show.

suziqu's thread works said...

That wool looks truely gorgeous and soft - must be a treat to knit with! Thanks for lovely comment Barbara on my blog.
xox Suzy

Heloise said...

The wool looks very inviting. I am not a knitter but I am attempting to knit a pair of socks at the moment, it is a real challenge.

Shammickite said...

I met Shawn last year at Ooak too, what a lovely lady she is. When I met her, she had sold everything she had brought with her from newfoundland.

DIAN said...

I love the pics of the wool, it looks so soft and pretty This is my first visit here but I will be back.

Joan - South Island, New Zealand. said...

What fabulous handspun wool. I would love knitting that! It is very beautiful.