Sunday, January 07, 2007

Plum Loco

Plums
10.15am, CIT Farmers' Market, Phillip.

I'm trying to develop a better eye for colour and for detail. So if I see something that appeals it will be photographed or recorded it in some way.
Wouldn't this make a fantastic yarn colourway?

8 comments:

Bells said...

oh that would be spectacular Tapph! Are you going to try it?

twitchy fingers said...

I think I just started drooling... over the fruit, and a potential yarn!

kylie said...

phew,i cant believe how busy youve been! a new template, lots of posts and all that knitting! not to mention christmas in the middle there! im exhausted. hopefully catch you soon :)

Nora said...

Exactly what I thought when I saw the photo - yarn colours!

Jejune said...

My instant reaction was what a great painting it would make ;)

Beautiful collection of shapes and colours (and scents, too, I'm sure).

Sue said...

What a beautiful colorway that would be, plum colored yarn. I like your hats too, very cute. The mohair scarf looks lovely too.

Jacqui said...

Taph - all your yarn dreams come true. The Knittery (theknittery.com) has a colorway called "cherries" in the Cashmere sock yarn (http://www.theknittery.com/p/248634/merino-cashmere-sock---cherries.html)
It's gonna make me a super scarf though!

Taphophile said...

Drat you, Jacqui! Close, but it doesn't have those little yellow and green bits in it. Cherries would look extra gorgeous in a scarf. Cashmere cherries - drool.