This establishment was at the end of the road where I was working in southern Pennsylvania on Wednesday.
I mentioned to a local that I was crazy about it, she told me to go to the next town over, to see this:
I was disappointed that it's only there to preserve a bit of history, no longer serving coffee.
Back home, I finished up the Gaia Neck warmer, using in total a half skein of Noro Silk Garden Sock,
you'll need to see it in person to appreciate the colors.
It's just the size I needed it to be, and I love everything about it--except, you know what? It doesn't need any embellishment.Plenty going on here.
So my plan to knit it just to attach and show off seaglass bits went out the window.
If you see me at NH Sheep & Wool tomorrow, Saturday, you'll see it in action. The seaglass bits'll be there too. Separately. Too much is just too much.
My next plan is to knit some beautiful , simple, gray alpaca yarn and let the seaglass do its thing on the endds, like my favorite RazorShell scarf.
PS. I can't rave enough about the Gaia pattern. You do a row of eyelets whenever you think the colors are shifting. So. much. fun.