We're attending J's crunchy cousin N's wedding this summer (in Seattle, on a farm with sheep and llamas!). I took a look at their wedding registry - everything on there is organic, recycled, natural, or related to hiking. I've decided that I'd like to knit something for them - possibly in organic cotton or another yarn that will make the Earth Goddess happy (he's an arborist; she's a naturopath).
I could, of course, do the standard washcloths plus nifty soap thing - and I might. However, I'm hoping that my lovely fellow bloggy knitters might have suggestions. If you were getting married, what would you want to have knit for you? I have about a month's worth of knitting to do this in - so no huge afghans - and would like to stick to "organic" yarns.
There may be prizes for the best suggestions. I haven't decided yet. Please comment!
ETA: I should note that this is the cousin who gave us a pocket-sized copy of the Kama Sutra for our wedding. If I have it still I might make a book cover for it and give it back! Turnabout is fair, right? :)
Friday, April 25, 2008 Posted by KT at 3:19 PM
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