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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Actual Knitting Content

TA DA! Look, up at the top of the picture! See the part where it's just beginning to turn a bit coral/peachy? I did that last night! Six rows! WOOHOO! No, I'm not hopped up on cold meds this morning, but those six rows represent the first Non Scheherazade Pattern Related Knitting I've done in about two weeks. I spent yesterday afternoon taking pictures and let me tell you, the Official Pink Lemon Twist Knitwear Model was in fine form. He did beautifully and I think we got some great pictures. I'll be glad to get this pattern finished up and get on with knitting some other things (as soon as I finish this Flower Basket Shawl, I'll be casting on for Icarus). I'm still shooting for the end of this week or the first of next week to launch it so stay tuned if you're waiting for it. Unless something so amazingly blogworthy happens to me that I have to share it (a Rowan truck full of Kid Silk Haze tips over in front of my house), the next time I blog will be with the pattern all finished. At least you won't have to listen to me get this excited about six rows of knitting again!


Anonymous Leah said...

Love the color transition, even if it is only 6 rows, it's still well worth blogging about!

Can't wait for the pattern either!

9:25 AM  
Anonymous Jan said...

That is looking so beautiful with the sloooow color transitions, and really appropriate to the subject shawl.

11:39 AM  
Blogger somebunnysloveDOTcom said...

Those subtle color changes are awesome. Am looking forward to your Icarus too!

4:08 PM  
Blogger Dee said...

I love the color! What a gorgeous pattern too.

3:01 PM  
Blogger Kat said...

Wow, if my six rows of knitting looked like that with those luscious color changes, I'd be excited too!

8:30 PM  
Anonymous kessa said...

Its really lovely! Maybe I know what method did you use to seperate your rovings? (or did you use pencil rovings?) The graduation in color is simply gorgeous.

2:53 AM  

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