Thursday, May 19, 2011

A formal "thank you"

I am incredibly fortunate to have awesome people in my life, whom I am even more fortunate to call my friends. I know that they're my friends, because they do things like weave scarves for me, wave them around all weekend while I'm lusting away after them. This forces me to fight the urge to knock them to the floor and steal the aforementioned scarf off of their bodies until they are done teasing me and bestow Things of Beauty upon my completely undeserving self.

Like this one.

Scarf woven out of Abstract Fiber Matisse on a Schacht Flip Loom
The picture doesn't come close to doing the scarf justice, but it's the first picture I've taken of a scarf I've had for over a year. I've been wearing it at every opportunity, and I loveloveLOVE it. I love it so much that I match my eyeshadow to it. (You can't really tell in the photo.)

I'm ashamed to say that I simply forgot to send a "Thank You" card to the charming and talented creator of my favorite scarf. I was remiss in my manners, and for that, I am utterly mortified at my own boorishness. I blame the bright colors for distracting me, you know how I am.

 Dear Evil Jasmine,

Thank you for my beautiful scarf. I love it and wear it all the time.

Wicked Jasmin


  1. I found you because I read your post on why self defense class for petite women is a joke, which you wrote back in 2006. I am 5 ft tall and I agree with you. I also notice that you live in the same city I do.

  2. Gorgeous scarf and gorgeous model :)

    I just finished weaving two scarves out of Abstract Fiber Mighty Sock (warp) and Super Sock (weft). The tencel in the former gives you this incredibly gorgeous sheen to the finished product. Very much in love with weaving these yarns.


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