On Mother's Day, I managed to get a few modelling shots. Both of my girls (and my husband) took me to the beach for a walk at low tide. I love the way the beach changes with the changing seasons. At this time of the year, much of the sand that covers the beach by the fall has washed away, laying bare rocks that we don't normally get to see.
The girls (all of them) were willing to get in on some of the Vitamin D modelling shots with me.
Some details: The pattern is Vitamin D, I used the recommended needle size (which I think was a six, but I can't remember right now). I knitted it out of Mirasol Nuna, which is 40% Merino, 40% silk, and 20% bamboo (shade 1002). It's a fabulous combination, both in terms of drape and weight for San Diego.
A walk on the beach is my idea of a perfect way to spend Mother's Day, especially since all of my very favorite people were there.
And to make things even better, the afternoon was devoted (aside from doing laundry, which doesn't stop, even for Mother's Day) to knitting. So next time, I can share one new project OTN (using yarn from stash), and one renewed WIP.