Berrocco only ships to U.S. and Canada (naturally), so any suggestions on how we going to get our hands on it?
I'm lusting after some of the scarves and there's the skirt, worn as a dress, under a long jacket..........sorry, had to discreetly wipe the drool from my mouth.
I have to admit I have been slow to catch the Gaughan bug. There was only one or two things in Knitting Nature that caught my eye, but I detest cables, so I'm not really a good indication of the books appeal, I guess.
These pieces seem to be of a finer gauge too, which has more appeal to me - less bulk, more drape and flow to the finish piece.
In other knitting news, I have finished my Nocturnal Monkey socks for my Aunt - they are in the post as we speak! (I promised you'd have them for winter, Loris!)
Very happy with how they finished up, and I hope the recipient enjoys them.
After my flurry on socks (3 pairs in 3 months, and for those who know my history, it's a record!), I think it's enough sock knitting for a while. As much as my recent sock yarn purchases are calling me, I believe it may be time to concentrate on some larger works.
After much deliberation, I think I'm going with the ruffle edge cardigan I've posted about previously, using my red 5ply Bendigo wool.
Now, please excuse me, I have to go transfer a few items from my "on the needles" list, to my "finished objects" list!