Thursday, June 10, 2010

my creative space ...

just the usual stuff...


a bit of secret knitting... shhh, don't tell anyone you looked!

some not so secret prototype test-knitting...

and more prototype test knitting in development.

*phew!* nothing like starting a million new things all at once.

more creative spaces to be found over at kootoyoo

13 comments:

  1. All looks lovely. You have a very sweet project bag too.

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  2. ooo love the olearia...it is an olearia isn't?

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  3. que hermoso blog! ya lo estoy agregando a mis favoritos!

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  4. no megs, it isn't an olearia ;)
    the olearia is a cardy, this is a dress or tunic and has a different yoke shape, round rather than raglan.
    A related pattern though :D

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  5. oh secret knitting sounds like fun. Love the colour too.

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  6. I love that gorgeous colour at the bottom and peaking out of the beautiful bag! Cathy

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  7. Nice...I don't think I ever have less then a million things going at once :)

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  8. Oh my goodness, I love it all, divine! I've just had a good look through some of your blog and your patterns and they are wonderful. Your work is really unique and gorgeous. Sorry for the gushing. So, have you got any advice for a beginner knitter as to a pattern? You wrote that your warp dress is beginner but I mean all I can do is plain and purl and have no idea how to increase or decrease. Should I start with your scarf maybe? Someone needs to design some gorgeous patterns like this for crocheters.

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  9. You are very clever! I love your patterns and like Kate I am in awe of your work. I'm off to have a better look, xo

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  10. Kate, thanks for the lovely comments, I like a good gush ;)

    The best advice I have for a beginner knitter is check out some of the videos on www.knittinghelp.com. They are awesome, and have great vids for decreasing and increasing, which both are pretty easy once you get the hang of it, promise!!!

    I had a look at your gorgeous blog, you're near Daylesford? I think Purls Palace may have stitch'n'bitches there. They're always great places for help with techniques as well.

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  11. Ooooh love the top, have just finished two v2 olearia's for my 2 4yr olds and about to start one for my 6yr old daughter. When will it be here, please say soon, any test knitters needed? All three daughters love the cardi's, and so do I (of course!). Have also knitted a pile of milo,s and bloom,s, love your patterns.

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  12. I LOVE the colour of the olearia-related dress, it's lovely.

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