Sunday, November 19, 2006

I'm Famous- sorta

I got my book from the Storey Publishing on Friday. It's not a huge deal, but it's pretty cool. I had a little pattern published in their 101 one skein wonders.

Here it is, the Infinity Barrette. . .

Here's my name in print
- and the color photograph

Sorry the photos are a little blurry, I don't have a macro function on my camera, plus the flash was reflecting off the pages. Sigh- one day I will have a nice digital SLR.

Yeah, let's celebrate! What's that you say? Why yes, this is my newly finished sweater. Oh, thank you, I think it turned out rather lovely.
(And no, I do not know why this is underlined, I tried to fix it, but blogger is being a pain, so underlined it stays.)


  1. Anonymous11:33 PM

    Woo-hoo! Two great reasons to celebrate. I love the picture of you in your newly knit sweater - you look so carefree, as if you have no concerns in the world :) !!

  2. Nice work, Megan!!

  3. Your sweater looks lovely as does your pattern! Congratulations!

  4. Oooh, congratulations! A real published pattern (for a v. cool barrette, you should wear it more often!) and a handspun sweater! Such accomplishments!

  5. Woohoo! I flipped through that book at B&N on Saturday and almost bought it. Didn't even know you were in there! That's really exciting!

  6. i'm glad i help convince you of the color choice. it worked out nicely!!

  7. Yarn_Queen4:26 PM

    Hurray to the Duchess, nice going.
    The pattern is fun the sweater is great.
    Hope you had a great week-end
    love the Queen

  8. Yarn_Queen4:31 PM

    How's the weather in Seattle? I heard you were sending us snow.
    I watched Studio 60 last mon and it so reminded me of our right brained conversations. Totally disjointed, with 3 or 4 topics running all at once and a poor lawyer thrown in trying to have a converstation. Which means sit down and listen and talk 1-1. I loved it.

  9. Congratulations! That's awesome!

  10. I love the idea of just knitting with your handspun until the yarn runs out, and then switching to a commercial yarn...I may just have to try this! Nicely done.