New at my Etsy shop, this wrap and scarf in my ‘Salal’ design. A little lacy, and a little leafy, this was inspired by the native Salal plants that grow everywhere here in the Pacific Northwest. I had a lot of fun designing, knitting, and photographing these pieces! (All images Copyright Christopher Knits)
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I finished this piece last week, and I’m really excited to have it available before Valentine’s Day. This is my ‘Bird-of-Paradise’ shawl, made in gorgeous hand-dyed silk, mohair, wool, and cotton. It has a beautiful drape, warmly rich colors, and just a touch of a fuzzy haze. This would make a luxurious and special gift that will be treasured for many years! Find all the details at my Etsy shop.
One of our favorite areas to hike is around Sunrise, in the Mt. Rainier National Park. A few weeks ago we did a 7-mile hike around Burroughs Mountain, including Frozen Lake, which in August is more of a pond, but does still have some snow lingering around its edges. I never get tired of how the views of Rainier change along these trails, where it is so close that you can really notice every detail. I especially love seeing the mountain from top to bottom, where rivers emerge from beneath the glaciers and start their journeys down through the foothills. Here are my photos from this hike, and one from a friendly fellow hiker.
I’m so happy to share these gorgeous photos by Laurel McConnell Photography of one of my last weddings. At the Seattle Yacht Club, and coordinated by Megan of Clutch Events, this was a fun, coral-themed wedding with other light touches of marine-inspired decor. It was a beautiful August day, and I loved being part of the festivities by creating these floral designs.
I really had fun making these Art-Deco-inspired arrangements for a fabulous, “Roaring 20’s” birthday party last week! In the penthouse at the beautiful Sorrento Hotel, and wonderfully coordinated by Pink Blossom Events, this 50th birthday bash also included gorgeous props from Vintage Ambiance and fantastic lighting (and music!) from Seattle Parties. For my arrangements, I used the art-deco theme as a starting point, and also took inspiration from Japanese design, which is reflected in some of the hostess’s original paintings used as additional decor during the party. It was a unique, totally personal celebration, and I loved being part of it!