I didn't intend to take a break from blogging, but it seems that it's been several days since I made an entry. Not quite sure why. Part of it is that we went up to Bright Sand Lake for a few days, where it is Internet-free. Then, you know how it is in the summer when one day seems to meld into the next.
I bought some red yarn while in Ithaca, it is a Rowan yarn, called Kid Classic.
I purchased them from their maker, Betsy Wilbur. She calls them Tin Lizzies. She runs an antique shop south of Skaneatles, New York. I think they are amazing.
The entrance to her shop is full of Tin Lizzies. If you look carefully you can see the 2 that came home with me.
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