Let us talk about Nadia. She is the bright lady behind Terra di Ciona. She used to work with pencils and colors, now she is growing organic food, baking delicious bread and superb croissants. So delicious that I put them on my precious antique embroidery to show off.
Her was also the most sweety peaches I’ve ever had the fortune to turn into jam, cheese, preserves and a cakes. She also delivers her goodies right to your front door, once a week. Quite a girl, I must say.
Of course there is some knitting to talk about, too. The Tin(y) gloves are on their way. Will knit the fingers, then try the other glove omitting the yarn over braid and placing some good purl rows instead, just to see how it works out. So far I like both the texture and the colour match, even if I am not a purple kind of girl…. as I once told the owner of Kathy’s knits yarn shop in Edinburgh. I was honest, true, planning my future knitting, but she had her tresses dyed in a fierce purple-pink shade, so I ended up like an idiot.