Monday, April 23, 2007
When I experiment with color, I like to knit wristers (wristlettes?). They are handy little articles of clothing that actually keep you warm. Truly. They are also a small enough project to whip up at odd moments. And no risk really. Not much yarn "wasted". My problem is a very usual one for me: I never like to make the second one of anything, be it wrister, sock or sleeve. With a wrister however, having mismatched ones can be a fashion statement, much easier to take than a one-sleeved sweater.
And the title of my post? I don't gradually move from one color scheme and delicately morph into another...I've got that Jekylle and Hyde thing going.