The desert has a beauty all its own. Colors are often muted, softer, a bit dustier: but then you get flashes of turquoise sky or red rocks with a vibrancy that shimmers.
Although I was born in California, and California is home, I lived in Arizona for quite some time—from 5th grade through high school in Phoenix; then, after graduation from West Point, for six or so months for my Military Officer Basic Course at Fort Huachuca.
My heart belongs to the Pacific coast, but there is a part of me that loves the desert, too.
The Wild West collection spans my knitting interests: cables, colorwork, textures, and lace.
In LACE 1, I explore using lace in garments, socks, and cowls.
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CABLES is just that: lush cables in garments, a stole, socks, and a hat.
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STRANDED lets you play with color and textured to create both lovely and whimsical projects.
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TEXTURED lets the qualities of the yarn shine with various accessories, perfect for gift giving.
LACE 2 is filled with gorgeous shawls worked in luxury yarns.
Tutorials include beading, duplicate stitch, and I cord as applicable to the patterns in the e-books.
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