Here is acton, the third variation, this one sans peplum and knit in Love-it. (See the previous 2 posts for her sisters). For me, Love-it is the summer, or warm climate, Pure Merino. They stand in very well for one another. Back to the names – Can you tell me who currer, acton and ellis are? Ah well, that question is way to easy with Google, but then, that’s how I found the names too. With so many female names in the Berroco archives, it’s hard to find triplets and one story, 3 for all, in Norah Gaughan Vol 2 is all about triplet variations on a theme.
We photographed in Margery Winter’s home. This room is her husband Milo’s studio. I’ve admired his work for years. I think maybe his color sense is affecting mine, and definitely in a good way!
Milo was gracious and generous enough to let leave his painting sketches pinned up and strewn about.
Oh and lest I forget, The Knitting Contessa wrapped up a month of Holiday madness with an interview of me on her blog. She asks some questions I don’t think I’ve ever been asked before.