Thank you to everybody who commented on the last post!
I’m beginning to get a feel for what readers of a knitlab blog might be looking for. The most clicked-on picture so far is the one of the little wool shop in Salzburg, which looks like a Chapel of colour or a brightly insulated train compartment. I was in this shop just long enough to say hello, and ask permission to take a photo, as there was some reorganisation of stock going on at the time – and I didn’t even notice the little creature snoozing on the tartan rug beside the counter until I looked at the photo afterwards. The shop doesn’t seem to have a website – it’s called Die Wolle.
The images from the Ethnographic Museum, on the other hand, don’t seem to have had much appeal for my readers – this might not bode well for the pattern inspired by the visit which is currently taking shape in my brain…
The new version of Seascape is underway, and I’ve come up with a name for it. Whenever I’m considering options for naming a new pattern, my first port of call is Ravelry’s pattern database search box, and this time I got my favourite response: “sorry, nothing matched your search.”