Am having a lovely weekend sewing, Jake has gone back to Uni so it is very quiet here now.
I am just finishing off the last few bits for Sarah’s stall at Yarndale next week but have popped in to share with you the very exciting news that her book of designs is being published and is available for pre-order.
Not only does it have some stunning designs in it, Sarah is hugely talented and very creative and there are some beautiful things, it also features my lovely daughter Ellie with elf ears!
She was very, very excited to be asked to model for this, (unaccustomed as she is to having her photo taken of course), and had a brilliant day with the other two models, my friends Suzi and Helen from knitting group, in a local park which has a lot of dells filled with ferns and made a brilliant setting for the designs.
There is a little video showing the location and an outtake from the shoot here – the girls challenging their inner Charlie’s Angels!
Unfortunately the elf ears had to be added post -production as the make – up artist was not available that day but she looks fab in them.
I think this is my favourite picture of Ellie.
Though this one is very lovely too – she is actually wearing one of my flower head dresses in this picture 😉
So go and take a look at all the wonderful designs in the full book – it is available on Ravelry and on Sarah’s Alder Sign website, it would make a lovely Christmas present for a knitty friend.
I can’t wait until my wrist is better and I can start knitting again. I think I am going to make a shawl like this beautiful one modelled by Suzi, or maybe a jumper for Ellie as she did request one of the ones she had modelled.
Copyright for all pictures belongs to Sarah.
I am going to be having a lovely day again today, more sewing in front of the TV and it is Channel 5’s, ‘End of the World Weekend’, with lots of disaster movies. I do love a good disaster movie 🙂
As long it is not really the end of the world as that would be sad, given the amount of work that Sarah has put into her book 😉 and the fact that Ellie and her best friend from Uni are going to Spain tomorrow for a very hard-earned week of R and R in the sun.
Hopefully we still all be here next week, I have a busy week ahead as the trainees are in all week so little crafting time but lots of fun planned around that.
Have a good week ahead and thanks for visiting.
2 thoughts on “Let there be elf ears!”
It’s almost enough to make me want to take up knitting!
And what is about elf ears that get us all going…?
I think it is the beautiful dress and buildings – every time I watch Lord of the Rings I want to live in Rivendell, it is so wonderful.