Somehow in the crazy madness of juggling family schedules I found myself taking a day trip to Maine over the weekend. I knew there would be plenty of waiting time. Waiting time is good for knitting, but to break up all that knitting time I did what any self-respecting knitter would do. I made a stop at the local yarn store.
I've been meaning to stop in and visit KnitWit, but I always seem to be driving through Portland in a hurry, on my way to someplace else. This weekend I didn't have any excuses.
KnitWit is the flagship store for Quince & Co. This is the place to go for all things Quince & Co. - samples, patterns and yarn. There was a sock class in progress when I was there. It was great to see so many knitters enthusiastic about knitting socks.
While I was tempted by several skeins of Quince & Co., this yarn caught my eye and I couldn't leave without it. Bright green and yellow for the changing seasons.
It was a beautiful day in Maine with time to spend walking along the river.
The seagulls were out in full force.
It was a beautiful day in Maine to sit outside and knit.
Forward progress on Gray Garden continues.