So thats me. BTW it is really hard to take a pic of yourself.
Now on to more important things, like yarn.
This is my holiday stash flash:
Here is a close up of the Cascade 220 Heather (Green)
I have been a very good girl, actually it was holiday present to myself. I am trying to half-heartedly make a promise to myself not to buy anymore yarn for the whole year as I have plenty to last me. But then I go and make plans to go to N.O. to get more in like 3 days. I think I have a common disease that strikes the unwitting and unwary. So I want to be witting and wary in the future but I do know I have to finish what I started and the yarn buying in a couple of days would just be to pick up more to finish projects. Does that count? I say no.Also, I have been working alot so not so much on the blogging I know I have been remiss. I am trying to make up for it here in this picture heavy entry on the eve of 2011, as the beginning of a resolution, as i listen to fireworks on the beach. However, my holidays were good and I hope yours were as well.
This is what Santa brought me :
I haven't test driven them yet, but I need to, to make sure I love them which I hope I do. It was agonizing trying to pick a set. I dont really like the purple cables, and I dont like the garish wood tips. I found they have a rosewood set, again expensive and I didnt like the brass fittings they looked cheap. Really is it so hard to make a really nice silver metal and wood set of interchangeables? Apparently. I wish Signature would do one, they seem to have the precision milling down, just need to pair up with a good wood partner. Would love to try the stillettos. I didn't want to pay for the addi set, too expensive, plus they dont make a wood alternative tip, and I had heard not-so-great things about the join, so this was my compromise and I can get the metal tips later if I want.
I know, right? I want one.