it is a given, that the area ‘backstage’
pretty much any backstage
at nearly every venue anywhere is
going to feel somewhere between cold and not at all warm.
‘on stage’, however,
at the exact same club,
is going to be “wow, it’s getting really hot and the temp is rising”.
you’ve got lights (lots of ’em), the warm generated
by multiple pieces of electric amplifying equipment,
and the body heat of the crowd.
for me, the silve mitts
i like things to fit snug on my wrists
and guitar playing would be impossible with any positive ease.
the yarn is classic elite’s mountain top vail,
which is a sweet, luxurious mixture of
the ‘ooh so soft’ of baby alpaca
and the sheen of bamboo.
this makes them
just right for warding off the backstage (or early morning) chill,
while fine enough to fit in your back pocket (or jacket pocket)
for today only,
buy the pattern
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be sure to check back
and i’ll direct you
to the next stop
on this blog tour
for ‘artistic differences‘.
while it is still called today, hop on over and read the knitter’s pride blog tour post.
at this very moment in time i am so very
ready to start packing for vklive next weekend in nyc.
photos courtesy of classic elite yarns.