With one hank of Cherry Tree Hill Merino Lace, colorway Indian Summer, one US7 circular needle (40"), a few stitch markers, a tapestry needle and 80 hours of knitting.....Voila! Here it is and just in time to hop on a plane to hand deliver it to Cheryl Potter at Cherry Tree Hill's booth for TNNA Indianapolis.
Remember everyone, tomorrow (June 10, 2006) is KIP (knit in public) Day. Where ever you are and where ever you are going, take a moment to KIP tomorrow. I'm starting a silk lace headband tomorrow and looking forward to KIP with it.
Look for an indepth review of TNNA when I return next week.