I added some sparkly yarn to the Honeycomb Yarns
shop this past weekend. And can I say? I am in love
I tend to be a glitter girl as it is. I've owned more than one pair of shoes covered in sequins or glitter. For our new home, much to Nick's chagrin, I'm seriously considering using the glitter paint I recently found at Lowe's. (Nick is really dreading this. I still haven't worked out the details yet.) I just love sparkles.
So it was only natural that I dyed some yarn with Stellina in it. This is sock yarn with a bit of nylon, and the silvery Stellina bits are woven into the fibers. They're subtle, but when I had everything drying outside (yay for living in the South), the sun caught every little bit of sparkle and my heart soared.
|Heart of Glass|
I was playing around with the colorways for this one, too. It's tempting to go dark with these, dyeing them all black or navy (which is fine! I love me some navy and charcoal gray), but I felt like it was time to go big or go home. Out came the hot pink.
|Heart of Glass|
It's definitely girly. It's a little in your face. But sometimes you need to go all in. That's my motto--we're here to go all in. (I saw that on an Emily McDowell poster
, which I need to buy for my new craft room.)
I did some planning and experimenting with these skeins. Some turned out exactly how I planned; others, not so much...but that's not a bad thing. I do like the outcomes, though, no matter how they turned out!
|Looking for Astronauts|
Can I also say how important it is to have iTunes open when you're naming skeins? I'm absolutely terrible at naming things. My mom is better, but she's also safe, so I think some of these colors kinda took her by surprise. Again, not a problem! Someone will love how crazy they are, or I'll get to keep them!
So go check them out in the store
! As an update, we're moving in T-19 days. We have about seven boxes packed. Better than nothing, right?!