Recently we made our first visit to Walt Disney World. Yesterday we learned that we get to return for a second trip later this year, so what started out as a once-in-a-lifetime 40th-wedding-anniversary celebration will be repeated. We are looking forward to a rerun of one of our most memorable vacations.
Today I discovered some Facebook posts about one of my designs which gave me a chance to relive how much fun I had creating it. WEBS posted about a Classic Elite Yarns trunk show currently on display in their store, featuring garments from the pattern booklet 1402 Sunny Day:
Previous posts about this design have appeared here in the DBKN blog, but now is a good time to rerun it:
Photos © Classic Elite Yarns
Later in the day I came across a different Facebook post from The National Needlearts Association with a link to a video of the TNNA Yarn Group Fashion Show Spring/Summer 2014 held at the January trade show in San Diego. I clicked on “play” and was enjoying the parade of beautiful knitted garments when all of a sudden Abelona appeared on the runway! (at minute 3:33) Was I ever surprised. Naturally I had to rerun the video to watch the gorgeous model walking the runway while showing off my humble design. What a happy discovery. I’m grateful that it was recorded to be enjoyed over and over again.
Speaking of reruns, today I decided to make another version of one of my CEY Web-letter designs:
For this rerun version I crocheted with a double-strand of size 10 bedspread weight cotton from stash:
Here are two versions made previously:
In CEY Cerro
In double-strand thin rayon cone yarn
The next TNNA trade show will be held in Indianapolis at the beginning of May. Classic Elite Yarns will be displaying new offerings so I’m hoping to see more of my designs publicly revealed at that time.
Another publication to look forward to is Craft It Now which includes four of my designs. This book has been mentioned previously but since today’s post is about reruns, here it is again:
Stay tuned for new pattern ideas coming soon. Some of them might prove popular enough to become future reruns!