Monday, June 12, 2006

K is for Koigu

This is for my knitting circle pals. There has been a few unkind remarks about my Koigu stash. My grabby tendencies at the mill ends Mecca at MS&W. The way I ran out the door of the bus. Humpf.
It's not that bad, really.

Whoops, camera was on micro.

The problem with Koigu is that I feel I must save it for the Perfect Project. In the meantime I just keep gathering more, hoping I'll get 'enough' so the perfect color combos will be apparent. I think I've added about 4 skeins to this picture in the last month.

(Argh, wait a second I need to stand on a chair to get the picture....)

I am thinking I'll haul it all in to knitting circle and we can all lay it out for a nice shawl. Anything left will be striped mittens, socks, and a Lucy Neatby Sea Lettuce? scarf.

Then again, a new Koigu book is due out, so maybe I'll wait.

4 Comments:

At 11:29 PM, Blogger Zonda said...

WOW! That is some nice Koigu!!

I feel the same way about Lambs pride...not as soft as the Koigu..but I collect it LOL!

 
At 11:44 AM, Blogger Donna said...

I have a Koigu collection, too, though not as large as yours. I even have the yarn for Charlotte's Web and just never have started it.

 
At 11:14 AM, Anonymous Bev said...

You know what, you can never have too much Koigu so harrumph to them!

 
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