An elegant sufficiency

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

A Day at the Office

Well, hardly...but I suppose it's my equivalent. I spent the whole day training tutors to use "new technology". Your know the kind of thing - wires everywhere, half of it behaving nicely, the other half being temperamental. Oh well, maybe some were converted. Hope so.

Anyway, next in the series of yarn shops. This time to Purl, again in NYC, taken on the same day as the previous entry. Beautifully arranged and very helpful staff. Nice store.

Whilst there, I bought a scarf pin - the kind of doughnut shape with a stick across to hold a loosely woven scarf in place. This one was (note the past tense) greenish stone, and went perfectly with a couple of my favourite scarves. Yesterday I dropped it. Fool that I am, I pulled the pin and failed to hang onto the doughnut bit...and it crashed to the floor and broke into several pieces. Huh. Not a happy bunny about that.

So, nothing creative today, and unlikely to be tomorrow, when I'm out observing classes - a life class and an interior design class in a local college. Might be interesting.


  • Pity about the scarf pin! Lovely colours in that wool shop in NY.

    I'm sure you have converted many to the new technology, to blog and enjoy themselves when they retire(smile)

    By Blogger Digitalgran, at 11:55 pm  

  • Sorry to hear of the demise of your beautiful scarf pin, which I admired so when I saw it on Saturday. Hope you can replace it when you visit NY again.

    By Blogger Sue Krekorian, at 2:01 pm  

  • Actually, if you can't wait that long, look what I found:

    By Blogger Sue Krekorian, at 2:07 pm  

  • Gill Sorry to hear about your pin breaking, could you make a replacement out of Pelmet vilene and machine stitch, I can send you some if you don't have any

    By Blogger Unknown, at 5:09 pm  

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