i love you more today than yesterday . . .

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this post is only about one thing: unadulterated, slutty lust for handknit cashmere lace. i want to sleep with this thing. as in, every night. as in, NOT sleeping, but playing.

course, that could compromise my marriage vows—you know, the ones that say i’ll be true . . . hmm, does cheating with an inanimate object count?? i can’t promise that it was only for the thrill . . .

but, maybe, after taking all these smoky, sexy pictures, david will understand that my affections must be shared . . .

(yeah, and i saw him getting into the mood with it, too, don’t think i missed that . . . it’s a piece that inspires touching. let’s just say, he couldn’t keep his hands off it—kept muttering about styling the folds—ha! h’s a “stylist” now. hee-hee!).

i gotta run to class. more later—i got more! i got my knit freak on this week.

44 thoughts on “i love you more today than yesterday . . .

  1. Very beautiful! I’d love the pattern too. I’m still knitting on my Moth shawl, but not as speedy as some of the others 😉

  2. Absolutely beautiful as always! I am so envious that I don’t think I could turn a deeper shade of green if I wanted to 🙂 This would be another “must have pattern”.

  3. Looking forward to seeing your pattern for sale. It is Fearless Fibers cashmere, right? I looked through several back posts but wasn’t sure whether I found the right information. Lovely shawl!

  4. Wow! Everyone is knitting shawls! I’m so inspired by all this gorgeous lace that I’m seeing around. I must bring out my Swallowtail again. Probably tonight.

  5. Oh my goodness, it drapes like nobody’s business! I shall go console myself with my WIP, the Elann Crop Cardi, so it doesn’t get its feelings hurt.

    I knew cashmere was *soft*; I never dreamed it could be *fluid*.

  6. Wow, that is really beautiful! I just stumbled upon your blog and I’m so impressed with your knitting. I really need to start making some more intricate projects…I like the way you’re wearing it as well, I’ve wondered what people really did with triangular shawls!

  7. Anne let me have the honor of putting this on today and it felt like “an angel put it’s wings around me”. It’s gorgeous on her site but more so in person!

  8. woooo….just drooling at that shawl, the softness, the way it falls. I can almost feel its touch against my skin.

  9. WOW. just…. WOW. i’m chiming in to add to all the requests for the pattern…. please please please offer this for sale!! i have the perfect laceweight cashmere in my stash… 🙂

  10. Oh my GAWD this shawl is unbelieveable. We got to ..well…touch it in class…STUNNING I tell ya, just stunning. ALTHOUGH, for anyone trying to figure out how to get it off of Anne, forget it!!! I tried my dangdest last night to no avail. I am not out of ideas yet though. Personally, I think she should wear it Sunday..it will be safe..trust me!!;)

  11. Anne, I am lost for words for once. That is simply the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. Yo cashmere, here I come (talk to you about the pattern later when I’ve tracked down the wild cashmere and wrested great handfuls into my hunting sack).

  12. I think the unadulterated, slutty lust is totally contagious. Yep. I’m pretty sure I must now run directly to the yarn store and get some cashmere lace weight yarn and cast on. Mmmmmm, hmmmm. InDEED.

  13. Amazing, just amazing!

    (You’re really beautiful! I don’t think I’ve seen a photo of you before. Sorry, I know its weird but I just had to say it! :))

  14. I’m so behind…but this is why I love you…you want to have carnal knowledge of the cashmere and you aren’t afraid to say so.

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