I've finished my Avonlea scarf and pattern, and both are on their way to Knit Picks today! I did a photo shoot(photographer: Angel) on Saturday, which didn't go exactly as I'd planned, but turned out alright. I had planned to wear a terrific dark green silk blouse, which would have looked awesome and Christmassy with the red scarf, but I could barely get it buttoned, and it showed every bump and bulge, so that one went back into the closet, on the lower bar with the other clothes that are just a little bit too small and will fit when I lose about 10 pounds. Then I had to take a look at my other clothes and find something that would work. I realized my super-easy, casual wardrobe, while being perfect for my homebody lifestyle, isn't right for modeling. Even though it's only modeling my own designs. Most of my nicer tops are red or pink, because those are great colors for me, but they wouldn't work with the red scarf. I would have picked navy blue, but I only have that in t-shirts. So I went with this gray-green, slightly-nicer-than-a-tshirt knit top. I think it worked well enough.
That first one is my favorite, since I cropped out my backside, and I don't look quite as chunky as I do in the following pic.
And of course, here's the pic of the scarf being modeled by someone much more photogenic than myself: my deck. Haha. Just kidding. Kinda. I think the deck makes an awesome background for pictures; it's interesting without being distracting. Once I get the deck stained, it'll be even better, I think.
Anyway, this scarf is headed to Vancouver today, after we have our geography lesson. We're learning about Alaska, and watching "Sarah Palin's Alaska" is part of it. ☺ I love homeschooling!