This was some unique artwork as we enterred the stadium. Made of license plates and bottle caps ~ excellent use of recycled materials!
At the Seattle Mariner's Stitch & Pitch they brought in Nicky Epstein, who is a well-known author of books both knitting and crochet to throw out the first pitch. Here's her website:
and here is her Goodreads profile if you'd like to learn about all the books she's written.
I learned she can throw a ball moderately well, with style and grace...
She was available for book signing and I brought my copy of the most fun knitting book (in my opinion) for her to do so. She thought my pink Sharpie very appropriate, and let me take a picture with her.
PS: If you looked at her list of books, her baseball glove having been embellished should be no surprise...
The brown knitted piece there is a sample from a book she is currently promoting, Knitting Block by Block.
I was not aware that there was such a thing as Mariner's Kennel corn. Not sure I want to know where they grow blue or green popcorn, but there you go. The Crowd to the left of me....