Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Tweedy Tasty Tuesday!

It has been a minute since I had some Tasty Yarn P0rn up!

Well of course during my Greensboro Yarnsploration I picked up a few little treats along the way :oD

Here is a peek from the This & That shop (unfortunately no website) Today's Tasty Tuesday is all about the Tweed! Brought to you by Jo Sharp! :o)These yummy balls are in the Silkroad Aran Tweed, and is made out of wool (85%), silk (10%), and cashmere (5%) = feels really good! :oDThis yarn is in the color Wintergrass. I am normally not into green but I just kept coming back to it after trying to decide among a few of their color choices!!

Now that I have been online and have seen a variety of the colors in this yarn I will probably order a few more if I like how this knits up!

The tasty tweed fiber will turn into this:

The Berroco Kaiju belt! It's just FAB!!

Of course it definitely makes my "fast & easy" list!! :op

Here it is with the model wearing it

It makes the perfect fashionable knitting accessory for anyone's fall wardrobe. I can't wait to add it to mine! :o)

16 Comments:

  1. Adrienne said...
    Girl, that is so cute!!!! I can't wait to see that knitted up!
    Channon said...
    I love the yarn! Too bad I'm not built for belts; that's a cute one. Can't wait to see how the yarn knits up!
    Michelle said...
    I love that color!!! I hope you cast on soon! Its taking alittle while to knit mine...my yarn is a lighter weight!!
    Cas... said...
    Great yarn porn! Love the belt. I think I like it the way the model is wearing it. Really cool!
    gold said...
    Love that belt!!I like that green yarn you have.

    Happy casting!!
    Sheila said...
    What a great color - you find the coolest projects.. geezous...lol. I actually purchased some Kathmandu yarn with the same properties wool/silk/cashmere in grape.
    del said...
    Now that looks like one quick & satisfying knit! I love JoSharp, so that should be a great experience knitting that up.
    Lorette said...
    I'm not one for belts either, but that is very cute. And the yarn is dreamy! I'd love enough of that color for a sweater!
    PAJNSTL said...
    cute belt!
    B_More BAP Life said...
    Very Cute!!
    Jeanine said...
    That's a purty yarn. That looks like an instant gratification project. Maybe I also will indulge too.
    Sereknitty said...
    Oooh, I'll have to add Silk Road to my list of 'can do's' as so far I'm fine with cashmere or merino. Anything else brings on the itchies :P
    turtlegirl76 said...
    And here for a second - just a second - I thought you were gonna say it was that potato chip-like scarf around her neck that you were gonna make. I thought you'd gone mad! Heh.
    Working Mom Knits said...
    Hold the phone!!!!

    YOU

    BOUGHT

    GREEN

    YARN????

    I have chills!
    WandaWoman said...
    I love Jo Sharp yarn. She has some of the best colors, imo.
    anna said...
    i'm loving the color you chose! can't go wrong with the silkroad tweed, the baby sweater i made out of the dk version got even softer after a good soak! :-D

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