hello from the colorado desert! we're back home this afternoon, but this post began in joshua tree national park. we have been there the last three days, but more on that later (it was fun!). i knit this poncho on the way (and while there). it's in need of a soak and block, to help the bottom lay flat. desert temperatures were over 100 degrees, but at home on the beach it's foggy and cool
safari by tony parks, must make it last, i love the book, it takes me right back to africa. i'm also reading coastal knits, i bought it last week at our local yarn store and met alana dakos, who made a guest appearance there! she is as lovely as she is talented
pattern: rosa's caponcho by emma fassio
yarn: debbie bliss cashmerino superchunky
ravelry notes: here
and joining along with ginny: here
p.s. thank you so much for your interest in and the very lovely words on my africa posts, chuck and i both appreciate them so much. africa can be what you read on the news, but it's also so much more.
p.p.s. now i need to do some laundry and catch up on blog reading :)