…drum rrrrroll

May 24, 2012

Tiong Bahru has made it to No. 1 on the Ravelry hotties list (hurry – look fast, and don’t blink or you might miss it). Pretty darned fabulous, if you ask.



In the excitement over releasing the new pattern I may have got carried away with acquiring (even) more yarn (big sigh). I couldn’t resist buying a colour named after me, could I? And it is really just my kind of green. Just precisely exactly. Fleegle got my wonky description just right — rather, she dyed something more lovely than I had even known that I wanted, and she didn’t tell me she’d name the colour after me (!). I think it’s a sales trick… A good one — it worked and spread onto several of the other lovely, lovely colours of her new yarn, Gryffin, a merino/cashmere/silk, heavy laceweight at 600 m per 100 g, so practically bulky compared to her other finerthanwhisperfine yarns. I’m looking forward to tearing open the parcel when it arrives here.

Meanwhile I’m posting a photo from the shop (haven’t asked permission, will deny all responsibility if caught):

And it’s not as if I haven’t bought other lovely greens lately, such as these silks from Ripples Crafts in Scotland, a laceweight and a 4ply. The colour is Summer Olives and the lustre is quite fantastic. I can’t wait to knit something for me with the lace. Or with both, actually.



It’s possible that I also somehow got some more green of the last of DyeForYarn‘s limited edition silk/cashmere fine lace.

With all this lovely yarn, I feel another Prize Draw coming on. More about this later.

5 Responses to “…drum rrrrroll”

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  2. fleegle Says:

    Glad you like Griffin! I am plotting Tiong Bahru with Twilight. The beads came in today and I am trying to figure out how to decorate the plain top section 🙂

    • sa Tricosa Says:

      I suppose you could wait for the pattern for Jamie’s Shawl it’s very “decorated” throughout — no plain knitting in sight. 😉 But it will be a while. First I’m doing a stole or two. (And I’m winding the deep purple (Wine Dark Sea) Gryffin just now yum!)

  3. Helen Says:

    Glad you like the summer olives.
    I’m currently just plotting Tiong Bahru using the pure silk laceweight.

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