Saturday, March 31, 2012

My affection for color

When I saw Color Affection, I had to have it. I just did.

A few yarn purchases later ... and a month later ... I had this:

FO: Color Affection

Main color: Madeline Tosh Merino Light in Steam Age
First contrasting color: Madeline Tosh Merino Light in Sugar Plum
Second contrasting color: Cascade Heritage Sock in a teal colorway that lacked any pretty, descriptive name

FO: Color Affection

The above photo is my new professional headshot, so everyone in my company sees this in our email threads. (Google Mail at work, I love and hate you -- only because I find myself using email outside of working hours exponentially more than I did before)

FO: Color Affection

I haven't had much time to wear this thing, as we've had a heck of a warm spring, but I can't wait for fall to come around again.

I loved this pattern so much, well ...

Started section 3 of Color Affection

As Jay-Z would say ... on to the next one ...


  1. I love it! and your new pic for work is perfect :) I know... I barely wore my knits this winter, and there is one I never wore once! (hitchhiker) sad, huh? maybe after I finish my stripes study (which I am freaking obsessed with) I will do a color affection...

  2. oh, your colors are so pretty! and i love your happy headshot. :o)

  3. I love it, and these are such pretty pics of you!!

  4. Your shawl is loverly but of course your face is much more so than the shawl! XOXO