Two New Pieces: The Light Side and the Dark Side of Gray

Light Side of Gray Cowl | Webster Fiber Arts

Hi folks,

So, that whole “I’m starting to feel lousy” thing from last week? It was a cold. An energy sucking, head congesting, feeling gross cold. I do feel better now, though I am still doing a little coughing and sniffling.

And now comes the catching up. I have a couple of new pieces to show you today. I used yarn that I hand-dyed for both of these cowls. Both are a mottled gray, teal, and purple kettle dyed yarns, but I used different amounts of dye to get different intensities of color.

First is the Light Side of Gray Cowl:

Light Side of Gray Handmade Cowl | Webster Fiber Arts | Etsy

This is a short cowl that I worked in an open, airy stitch, but the yarn is a bulky, wool roving. You can see more photos and purchase the Light Side of Gray Cowl in my Etsy shop.

The second piece is longer and darker. This is the Dark Side of Gray Cowl:

Dark Side of Gray Handmade Cowl | Webster Fiber Arts | Etsy

I used a variety of stitches in this one. I love how the little flecks of teal pop out against the dark gray and purple. You can see more photos of this one and purchase it in my Etsy shop.

Until next time,
Annie

Thinking about the Ocean

Waiting on Waves Wrap | Webster Fiber Arts

Hi folks,

I ended up with both a textile design and a crochet piece that are blue-green and reminiscent of the sea. You get to see both of them right here!

Waiting on Waves is a big crocheted piece made of acrylic and nylon yarn that is nice and soft. I love these colors and the coziness of this super scarf.

Waiting on Waves Handmade Wrap | Webster Fiber Arts | Etsy

Waiting on Waves is available in my Etsy shop. You can see more photos there, too!

Beautiful Briny Sea is a surface pattern design that is based on a drawing in my sketchbook. You can read more about it at Annie C Designs.

Until next time,
Annie