Sit & Knit Day

Well, yesterday Marcus had to go in to work for a meeting (usually he works from home) so I decided to have a Sit & Knit Day and watch Gilmore Girls. Actually, I kind of needed to knit yesterday because I need a new stole. (A stole is a rectanglular shawl.) I just found out that one of my quilts, “Staring at Eternity,” was accepted into the Valley Arts Center juried art show. The opening is this Friday night, November 2, from 6-8 pm. Since I usually like to wear something that I have made to art openings, I decided that it was finally time to knit up the Autumn Stole that I have been buying yarn for. I used to have a knitted black stole, the one I wore to the Fairmount Show opening, but I sold it. 🙂

This is very exciting because last year, I entered two pieces in the Valley Art Center show, and they were both rejected.

So, here is a picture of the Autumn Stole thus far:

Autumn Stole

I used a lovely hand-dyed skein of Manos as my color inspiration.

Autumn Stole with Manos

Now, where have I have seen these colors before? Oh, yes! I remember! In the quilt hanging in my living room!

Autumn Whispers

This is “Autumn Whispers.” I made it a couple years ago to be a focal point in our living room. At the time, we were living in an apartment and the carpet was mint green. Actually, the entire apartment was mint green. Let me tell you, it was scary! Now, “Autumn Whispers” looks much better in our new living room, and it is still one of the local points. 🙂

Now, I have to go knit some more. Darn! 🙂

2 Responses to “Sit & Knit Day”

  1. Staci Rose Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! I am a sucker for a handmade quilt and afghan for that matter. Your work is wonderful! 😀

  2. AwtemNymf Says:

    OMG- I am in love with the Fall/Autumn yarn! I HEART Fall/Autumn! I bet that is a beeeeauuutttiful Autumn Stole!

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