Monday, April 4, 2011

Customer FOs for March 2011

FOs are Finished Objects. A finished object is any item knitted, crocheted, woven, felted, spun or otherwise transformed from Dyeabolical yarns and fibers into another form (e.g. yarn knitted in to mittens, warp crocheted in to dishcloths, fiber in to a felted object, dyed top spun in to yarn). If you would like me to include your FO in an upcoming post (or if I have forgotten anyone!) email me  or message me through Ravelry.  Thank you to my customers and friends for letting me share your FOs!
Deborah knitted up these striped Mardi Gras gloves from 3 colors of the superwash merino worsted weight base. Fun!
Deborah's sister, Peggy, knitted these Broad Spiral Rib Socks from Poison D'Art in the Strong Arm Sock base. Look how long she was able to make the cuff!
Fiona knitted this absolutely amazing Involute shawl in a colorway she requested called "Fiona's Copper Penny". Stunning, Fiona. Simply stunning!
Lisa from the 90% Knitting Podcast (and also a new yarn dyer!) spun this really excellent handspun from a mixed bfl silk in the Juniper colorway. Well done, Lisa! I love your plying!
Kara and I conspired to get this little dolly made for our zombie-loving friend. All I did was provide some of the yarn and the pattern. It was Kara who crocheted like a fiend over the weekend to get it done. How cute is this zombie? SO CUTE!
Rosalia (on Ravlery) knitted this sweet Bougainvillea shawlette from a hank of Strong Arm Sock Yarn. This isn't related to knitting at all, but I can't hear "bougainvillea" without thinking of Mother Burnside screaming "GET THOSE HORSES OUTTA MY BOUGAINVILLEA!" in the hunt scene in the Auntie Mame movie. 
Winterhart recently got a spinning wheel and look what she made from some merino/tencel fiber! Is she a natural or is she a natural? Great spinning, Winterhart!
Last, but certainly not least, Joy did a beautiful job knitting these socks from her own Basic Ribbed Socks pattern. She used a one-of overdyed color of Strong Arm. Lovely, Joy!

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