Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Head Cold = Sweater Vest

So I got my first cold of the season...going on 5 days now. Over the weekend I was on the couch with not much else to do but knit and drink tea! This is what I was knitting...a very warm wool vest! I like knitting vests...they are a little quicker than a sweater...you wouldn't think knitting sleeves would be that big of a deal, but they can take a while and right now I'm enjoying quick projects. As before, the yummy yarn and pattern is from Briar Rose Fibers.

In other news, I have two altered journals in the October issue of Paper Made Easy! This is my 2nd time being published in the paper arts industry. I did these two journals for Trace Industries using some of their cool products! I really like their galvanized metal paper and their rub-ons (Rubs) are amazing! They go on SO easily! I also found out I will have some artwork in the Oct./Nov. issue of Legacy Magazine and Paper Trends Magazine has requested another greeting card for their Feb./Mar. 2007 issue! I'm so blessed to be having so much fun in this amazing industry! Love it!!!

7 comments:

Chris said...

Beautiful, beautiful vest Cindy! Nice job!
Chris

Amy Peterman said...

So beautiful Cindy!!! I love the colorway! So yummy! So fun to see your journals in Paper Made Easy too. I still need to get a copy.

misty diller said...

sorry about having a cold - since you got it out of the way - hopefully now you won't have to get one this fall/winter. the sweater vest is AMAZING! it makes me think i need a new hobby - LOL! Congrats on PME - WAY TO GO!!!

Lisa A. Whitten said...

You ROCK girlie!! Do you think some of that ultra talent will rub off on me???

tifsmith said...

sorry you had a cold.
you are much more productive when you are sick than i am.
i mostly just lay around and whine. :)

Jenney said...

Congrats on your pubs!! That's awesome!

Very cool vest, btw!!

ScrapbookJen (scrapbook.com)

Kriss said...

So many talents! The vest is great. And your paper art projects are fantastic. I hope everyone is going to Trace's website to see your work!

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