12/10/12

Knitting Jewelry by A MultiMedia Maniac

 You would think that working with this beautiful Blue Homespun yarn would be enough eye candy for any knitter.
It seems it's not enough for ME.  I'm always looking for more ways to enhance my projects!
Why O Why can't I settle on just ONE pretty yarn and get on with the knitting?
 After many years of getting to know MySelf, I think I have finally figured it out.
I have 'SAS'...Yep, I'm Short Attention Span Sue!
And, the cure is often a 'MixItUp' Pill which labels me a MultiMedia Maniac!
What started out as a Knitted Scarf in Homespun yarn morphed into a Triple Threat Thread
issue with the addition of a Mixed Ribbony Eyelashy yarn and a Ribbon yarn.
When I have an attack of 'SAS', switching needles always helps.
So, on this project I switched from knitting needles to a crochet hook...the same color of blue...of course.

And, as if that's not enough of a MultiMedia Maniac issue,
 I can 'OneUp MySelf' with Knitting Jewelry!
These pieces I made from collected Navajo Jewelry and beads.
It's good to be a SAS MultiMedia Maniac!
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15 comments:

  1. Very pretty yarns. And the knitting markers are unique!

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  2. Thanks Nancy....I'm betting you know very well about the MultiMedia Maniacness. I've seen your beautiful knitting and other MultiMedia projects!!!

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  3. Good morning Sue. That scarf is stunning. Multi media is a good thing when it comes to your artistic ability. You amaze me girl. The beading just tops it all off. Are your hands ever quiet?

    We are three days form leaving for Europe. We can't wait. However, I am still packing. The limit on weight is driving me crazy...a short trip. HA!

    Have a wonderful Christmas holiday with your sweet family.
    Love, Jeanne

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  4. Great photos!
    Lovely blue!

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  5. What a talented showing of blue. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy Blue Monday, Sue.

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  6. Adding crochet to your beautiful knitted scarf is very clever! I love the look of Homespun but have a hard time with it -- I'd be going triple crazy if I put eyelash and ribbon yarns in the mix!!

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  7. That blue and yellow yarn is so pretty and the knitting looks difficult . Great job here.

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  8. Those are lovely knitting markers!

    Visiting from Blue Monday. Come and join me for my Countdown to Kitschmas!

    thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  9. Beautiful! Too bad, don't know how to knit:(

    Visiting from Blue Monday- hope you can stop by:

    http://www.cassandrasminicorner.com/2012/12/270-classic-cartoons-to-watch.html

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  10. You are doing very well showing off your talent and creative mind. I never learned to knit.

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  11. warm and fuzzy blues!!

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  12. Hi Sue! I am so far behind visiting and I am thinking about you every single for the past week! I had to get over here pronto!

    Your talent amazes me. I do not climb under my soft and comfy and very warm teacup quilt without thinking of my two favorite "S" gals! My friend Marydon said she would pay to have that quilt! I have the written note square facing me so when I get sad or overwhelmed because of the difficult people at my job I see that and it makes me smile. Besides my amazing phamily surrounding me I have the very best friends, near and far! Thanks for always making me smile.
    All this blue is just gorgeous! Your story lines are always so fun to read! You are a very blessed woman! Love to you! Anne

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  13. Lovely! Wish I could knit!

    I know it's Friday already but I don't want to miss the BLUE entries so here I am.

    Hope you can also comment on my my BLUE post

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