Have you ever walked through a large museum and found yourself so overwhelmed with masterpieces that your mind just becomes inured with seeing beauty?
I remember thinking a number of times as I went through the Louvre in Paris, “Oh look…another fucking masterpiece.”
I learned that for me, it was easier to go to museums that were more manageable or focused. I found two other museums on that same Paris trip were much more enjoyable (Musée d’Orsay and Musée Picasso). I also found that the Frick in New York City was a much more enjoyable experience than MOMA.
All that being said, I’m hopeful my two latest acquisitions of beauty in one photo aren’t overwhelming.
Dan from Gnomespun had some beautifully combed Dorset in a rich, rusty-ish red color that I loved and he also had a shocking green hank of sock yarn. Here are closeups of each so you don’t get too overwhelmed.
I can’t wait to spin up the Dorset and I am also really looking forward to making something stunning with the sock yarn.
I finished up a second scarf using the Crochet Broomstick Ripple stitch.
This one is done in a vibrant Christmas red (with sparkles…in fact it’s Koigu’s Sparkle yarn). It will make a nice Christmas-y scarf…almost looks like a poinsettia, no??
After I block this scarf, it will be soft and beautifully drapey.