Hello All Seasons’ Bloggers,
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Loved your beautiful and interesting posts last week,
the places you visited, and the things that happened to you!
Very much appreciate the interaction with each of you,
After painting (art) knitting is second in how much time
I spend on it, not as an art, but trying to save money.
Haha, if you really like to save, you have more chance buying
the article you want to wear, at the store
except for knitting blankets.
I almost always change a pattern, or combine more
than one pattern. Often pay more attention to inches,
measured on the body, than how many stitches
Am a color and texture nut, and often department stores
do not have, what I like. Discovered Loose Leafs ,
via a magazine, and was the reason why we went to Santa
Barbara (this is a continuation to the All Seasons post
“To Bradbury Dam” two weeks ago)
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The hills closer to Santa Barbara look more sandy.
It is also warmer. In my post All Seasons
“To Bradbury Dam”
you see more of our road trip from
Los Angeles to Santa Barbara
Flowers at a tiny place close to Solvang (also in the area of Santa Barbara)
with the romantic name Santa Ynez.
Taken in mid summer when the colors looked like cut-outs
in the sun. Used several PS filters to soften, and
the effects from Iphoto of my Apple computer.
Back then I was heavier into knitting. The Loop & Leaf store
in Santa Barbara was much smaller than I thought,
but very welcoming. The knitting store was on the corner
of a residential street. The big city girl was thinking,
how did they ever get the permit to have a store there?
The yarn was as pricey as in Los Angeles, but the service was absolutely
Santa Barbara has many eating places. At lunch or at the end of
the day out it’s nice to go Italian – their food is awesome!
Our drive back to Los Angeles
is on the 101, right next to the Pacific ocean:)
Would you travel 4 hours for a specific specialty store you like?
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