Friday, September 17, 2010

Raindrops keep falling on my fiddlehead...

Woolala what fun I had with this one. I happened to have found some large beads that look just like rain drops...And we finally got some much needed rain. Was bound to happen.

As usual I am so exited to show that I take pictures in the dark at 6 am...
This baby was made with Noro silk garden socks, and the fiddleheads with a new to me yarn called Kauni from Denmark that I discovered at Three bags full in Vancouver. Another great wool shop for me to haunt while out of town.

Don't they look like little raindrops all over my fiddleheads...


cedar said...


Diana miller said...

Good morning,
Thins comment is concerning your fiddlehead hat.
I have been knitting for as long as I can remember. I have now found a way to help non-profit organizations and satisfy my knitting obsession.
If you would give me permission to use this pattern, I would like to knit and sell this hat, at an extremely low price, to non-profit organizations for them to sell at fundraisers.
I have searched for fundraising activities for various clubs for my three boys. Christmas wreaths, candy, and car washes are all fun but I wanted something different. I made a bunch of hats to sell at football games in our school colors. The parents and kids loved them. I sold them dirt cheap so that the high school kids could afford them and I donated my time and the yarn so 100% of the profits went to the clubs.
Other clubs have asked me to do the same for them and I was hoping to get your permission to sell them finished hats. All hats would be sold for fundraisers.
I had no idea that so few people knitted these days and your hat pattern was a hit.
Please let me know if this is possible.
Thank you very much for your time,
Diana Miller