She even drove my stock and me to my first show in 2007.
And now she has created a book and put it out into the world. If it wasn’t very good I probably would have bought it anyway, but not talked about it on the blog.
But the reality is that it’s clever, and thorough and heartfelt and really creative and while I’m writing this I have no idea what images I’m going to post from it, because I want to choose all of them.
And she did it from start to finish in a year!
I think colour work is both fascinating and daunting. It feels like there is a lot of work between having your idea, and actually picling up your needles. But Felix grabs your hand and enthusiastically leads you through finding inspiration, creating colour work patterns, creating a pallet that will work, playing with colour in swatches, and after all that gives you great pre-designed colour-work and accessory patterns in case you want to jump right in.
It’s all clear, and friendly. And you’ll come out a better knitter. Or at least I know I will.
So there you have it. I backed her on Kickstarter and it was so very worth it.
And if you want to see it for yourself, you can find out more here..