May 8, 2014 by knit/lab
working on a new version of Romeo in colorshift red temperature gradation and purple temperature gradation:
a trip to Wicklow:
Posted in flowers, inspiration, knit, mini, nature, textile, travel, water, wicklow | 5 Comments
As usual, I see your pictures, and wish I was there.
I’m with you Catherine! How lovely <3!! Fantastic photos. And as always, Mini is adorable :).
Glendalough valley is breathtaking – like your peony new Romeo :-) and I am very pleased to see Mini’s coat curling again. Thank you
beautiful post, top to bottom, Kieran ~ thanks for sharing
Your wonderful photography inspired me to book a trip to Ireland in a few months. So pleased that Glendalough is on my itinerary. I’m inspired by your knitting patterns as well.
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