Softness Radiates from the Screen

New yarns in the shop are always exciting.  But not nearly as exciting as those yarns are in person — holding them in my hands, they are simply sooo much better than in the pictures.  How I wish you could just reach into this blog post and feel the softness, squeeze the smooshiness.  They are gorgeous!

But since you can’t, pictures will just have to do!  Have a look:

Clockwise from top left: Luna Laceweight in Calm Words, Stella Fingering Weight in City Park, Celeste Fingering Weight in Precise, Celeste Fingering Weight in Spluttermuck, Luna Laceweight in Old Money, Luna Laceweight in True Love’s Aura.

Now, I know it’s tempting but…  no, wait! No, don’t stroke the screen!  You’ll leave fingerprints!!!

4 thoughts on “Softness Radiates from the Screen

  1. Not only do I want a computer that allows me to taste food in recipes, smell samples of food, perfume and flowers, but one that allows touching samples of fiber and fabric! ‘It might be too much to expect, but it’s not too much to ask’ in the words of Mary Chapin Carpenter.

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