I mean, I just couldn't figure out how she could fly through all these skeins of yarn and whip out high-quality product with the speed she does. THAT IS, UNTIL the following little exchange occurred:
I said, "Yvonne, let me take your picture."
And she replied, "Oh, let me wipe this powdered sugar from my cookie off of my nose."
WHAT!?!?!?!?! Where was this so-called cookie?! Powdered sugar, eh? Speedy hands of knitting wonder finally explained! (-;
Ha! ha! Just kiddin' folks. As far as I know, the only lines Yvonne did were knitting lines. (-; And she's such a good sport--she agreed to this story for the sake of art. See what a grand dame she is? I'm still going to call her Antonia Montana. (Surely you know, Tony Montana from "Scarface.")
P.S. The little Tool Close-Up circle holds Yvonne's weapon of choice. Bamboo knitting needles that knit in a circular pattern. Now, I know nothing about knitting, but I think it is so cool how every field--knitting, painting, drawing, jewelry-making, hydraulics, etc--how everything has tools and vocabulary and it's own world associated with it. Isn't that so neat? (-: