A little bit of this and, a little bit of that, makes a little bit of me.

Feeling the Design Bug

Top down is a way to go, custom fit for a lively 4-year-old
Aspen's Smile
heavily textures
Aspen's Smile
slightly lacy
Aspen's Smile
flat knitting in one piece, except for the seamless two-at-a-time sleeves in magic-loop
Aspen's Smile
in gorgeous organic cotton
Aspen's Smile
The design-as-I-go took just a bit of tweaking from original sketch. I didn’t even have to finish the sample…it just felt right.
Aspen's Smile
I am chugging through the dress coat and will finish up, just in time, for Friday Art Walk tomorrow. What does it have to do with this, you ask? Quiltworks, a local shop, is hosting its gallery reopening party. The inspiring Applique queen Tonye Belinda Phillips will be the guest speaker.
Tonya Ricucci Show N Tell
Don’t miss the fun party. I hope to stop by and get some whimsical or maybe princess-like fabric for lining, embellishment.
Aspen's Smile
I’ve been tinkering around with designing another adaption of Tree of Life for a silent auction. Friends of Music’s 2nd Annual Fundraiser is next weekend at Tower Theater (tickets available here) so I must kick into high gear…it probably means less internet surfing, hanging out on Ravelry, blogging, more knitting over next week!
Crispy Cold Day
Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!

(still doesn’t do texting, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, DiggIt…)


Comments on: "Feeling the Design Bug" (1)

  1. That's some lovely fabric you're coming up with!

    Good luck with your Tree of Life mod – if anyone can do it, you can.

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