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Catching up :: Mama Llama Trunk Show

UPDATE: Video added 12/10/2007 in the extended entry below:

On December 1, 2007, I went to the Mama Llama Trunk Show at Twisted Yarns and was again inspired by the wonderful hand-dyed yarns that Catherine creates. I first met Catherine at Yarntopia at the Crazy Aunt Purl book signing. It was good to see her again!

This is what I got and I can't wait to work with it:

Mama Llama Silken Cashmere Laceweight

And it matches the sock yarn I got in October:

Mama Llama sock yarn "Forest"

She had so many beautiful yarns and colors that it was a bit overwhelming:

Yarn Buffet

And, Catherine, I didn't forget that I owed you a knitting video -- see mine after the cut!

You'll have to go see how much slower than the Yarn Harlot I am:

http://www.archive.org/details/irishcottageknitting

Comments

Now THAT'S a trunk show I would like.

I love the picture of all the yarns. It was so good to meet her at the CAP book signing too. I can't wait to see what you make!

Yeah! I can't wait to see what you knit up with both of them.... thanks Janet it was so great to hang out with you guys... Thank you for sticking around for most of the time ;)

Now I'm super curious about that sock yarn...

OMG! You posted a video!!! I have been wanting to do this for a while now. Were you nervous? :) (And were you knitting with your eyes closed??)

OK, I'm going to make my own video tonight!!!

I've never tried that yarn, but it looks beautiful! The colorways are gorgeous.

Look at you making your own knitting video! I wouldn't even begin to know how to do that!

I can vouch for Catherine's yarn. I knitted a nice pair of socks from her blue jeans colorway and love them.

WOW! Those are some delicious yarns!

wow, love the video...now i want to knit!

you always have the most beautiful yarns! those yarns are gorgeous!

tell your sister she is a lucky girl...handmade knitted socks...that rocks...i think i would wear a hole in them too!

ohmygod the yarn in the top photo looks so soft!

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