Spiral Baby Blanket
Inspired by the Silk Swirl Shawl
Here it is, the finished Spiral Baby Blanket. It was done in a week, easy, pretty, oh so soft. I am pleased.
I was presented with a good opportunity last week. A co-op with a booth at a local arts & antiques market expressed an interest in selling some of my things. I, along with some other members of my Tuesday craft group, met with their rep on Wednesday. On Friday, I brought her some braided ribbon headbands, a couple of embroidered onsies, and a knitted readers wrap. Not only did she take it all, but the co-op will be opening a higher end boutique eventually and she is interested in placing more of my things there. They may even offer crafting lessons at the boutique. I could end up teaching knitting again! I am so excited. The best thing about this arrangement is that there is no delivery schedule. I can bring things as I finish them. The co-op gets their products from artists and craftsmen who are handicapped and/or struggling with a chronic illness/injury. Their aim is to provide a creative outlet without adding to an already stressful situation. Some of their items are really quite spectacular (I have my eye on a gorgeous quilt).