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BBR Photo Shoot Reveals


Now that the patterns have been released, I can finally show you more from my photo shoots last October.  Marly, Natalie and I had fun zipping around town taking pictures of the latest Bijou Basin Ranch patterns knit up in their latest new colors!  I especially liked this set at the 'Pec (El Chapultepec, famous for "hot burritos and cool jazz.")  As always, Natalie was a great model.  Natalie also brought along several bags and pieces of jewelry from her friends at The Sassy Factory
The bright colors of this wall really brought out the brilliance of the yarn. 

...and I loved the taxi-hailing pictures.
 

Marly designed this piece and Natalie spotted this red and orange art installation.  I ended up with some of the red yarn, you know how I feel about red! 

Later in the week, Marly and I met up with Ashley to shoot the remaining pieces, including this sky blue top.  I purposely tracked down this blue building I frequently drive by. 


If I had to pick a second favorite color, it would likely be green.  I like the warmth of this color, especially. 


I think this is one of my favorite pieces of the set.  I love the idea that it has sleeves, but you can wrap up in it too.  Sounds perfect!

For more information about the yarn, patterns, and designers, check out the whole collection at Bijou Basin's website

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  1. Wow Karen -- your photos are wonderful! And some really fun patterns -- off to check them out!

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  2. Your photos and styling just keep getting better.

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  3. Beautiful photos!! Those are so great looking knits, too. I'll have to check them out!

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  4. For another view of some of these garments, check out the video we just produced from TNNA spring show...http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?video_id=1zYWXFeYzX0&ns=1

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  5. Inspiring! Congrats!

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