Skein as fashion


I'm frantically prepping for the Twist fashion show tonight at the Tigard Knitting Guild. I'm pretty sure I'll make a complete ass of myself at some point. I hope I do so in a way that's funny. Funny asses are way better than offensive asses. There's a life lesson for you.

In the mean time, here are a few more shots from the Tour de Fleece.


Dyeabolical singles in progress
1. Dyabolical bobbin, 2. Dyabolical bobbin, 3. Dyabolical bobbin, 4. Yah, spinning is great. Where's breakfast
Created with fd's Flickr Toys.

Dyeabolocal 3ply and Black Cherry 2ply
1. More Black Cherry 2ply on plying spindle, 2. Red heads, 3. Red heads, 4. Dyeabolical 3ply
Created with fd's Flickr Toys.


awww, panda looks cute as a red head!

Gorgeous yarn, adorable dogs to model it ~ doesn't get any better than that. :)

I never get tired of Panda modeling yarn. She is always so stoic and kissable.

heehee dogs and yarn are cute. and i'm sure you're going to do great at the fashion show!

He he, I love your dog wigs! they are very patient, aren't they?
Have fun at the show!

I'm sure you rocked at the fashion show!
Your dogs sure look divine with all the gorgeous yarn.

those poor dogs don't get paid enough :-)

I hope Panda (& Thea) gets a spiffy new flying toy in payment for her outstanding modeling services. Do post pictures of the fashion show for those of us in far flung places. I'm sure I'm not the only one who would love to see them.

Oh, I'm so glad I'm not the only person who loves yarn and their doggies too!!! Fantastic doggie concentration! A beautiful job! Well done!

TY for the laugh... I particularly like the 'red heads' photos

Beautiful yarn and as usual, beautiful pups. My favorite is the shot that looks like a wig ;)

I love looking at pictures of your dogs wearing yarn!

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