My second order from Knit Picks this summer came in, containing yarn to make everything from my to-knit list. I started with what may become a classic for me -- Cladonia by Kristen Kapur.
I named the project "The Hillside" after my fiance's neighborhood in San Francisco. Those of you familiar with San Francisco may not recognize Hillside as a neighborhood, and you are right! Eddie's neighborhood is sandwiched between two larger ones, and his niche doesn't get distinction. The Eddie solution? Name it something new -- The Hillside. My Hillside is knit with Knit Picks Chroma Fingering in Pegasus and Knit Picks Comfy Fingering in Whisker. They're different fibers, so the gray really pops against the spectrum and adds a new texture dimension.
I visited ImagiKnit last week to get a Tosh fix. Mission successful.
I don't know what to do with such a glorious orange, but my needles busily click about Nathan for now, so I must stay focused. After ImagiKnit, Eddie, his fantastic roommate Matt and I went to the cinematic glory known as Midnites for Maniacs at the historic Castro Theatre. There, we saw a triple feature -- Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Vegan Police), Hot Fuzz (a great big bushy beard!), and Shaun of the Dead (You've got red on you) -- with in house Q&A from the mind behind these film-gems, director and writer Edgar Wright. All for $15. Bam.
I also visited a new yarn shop -- Atelier Yarns. I bought some darning needles to officially finish The Hillside (I somehow lost my cherished yarn needle), but the yarn selection definitively tempted me. Mmm Malibrigo.
San Francisco with my beloved delivers new adventures daily. I love it here with him (although I suspect I'd love anywhere with him).