Thursday, February 18, 2010

My Creative Space

I promised myself that I would never try this again! I truly thought it was the most absurd undertaking ever attempted!!! (Can you spot the mistake?)...UNTIL....



Leah posted me this.....Hmmmm......Maybe I'll give it one more go!!



Green wool is from the Oppy.

Red Wool is from ART YARNS, Hand-painted 100% Superwash Merino. Photos do not give this wool any justice what so ever. Its GORGEOUS!!

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"UNDIE RUN"
Vietnam Orphans Treasure Chest

CUT OFF DATE Saturday 20th March.

21 comments:

Penny said...

Ooh it's so pretty! The knitting! You can do it!

Vic said...

I can't spot any mistakes, not that I'm trying, I'm too busy being in awe....! Beautiful! Such a pretty green & from the oppy too...!!!

Amy Paul said...

very purty. Love the red... well, I love anything red.
I think I can smell that chai!!
I'm going to go have myself a cuppa before I get back to the boxes.
xx your soon to be fellow Victorian!

Kylie said...

I can't see a mistake! It looks gorgeous. And what a lovely gift. Enjoy your knitting :) Kx

SaharaSky said...

It looks beautiful - sometimes when we create things we are far more critical of our own work than we should be. You knit fabulously.

Aussie-waffler said...

I can't spot the mistake, I think it looks pretty darn super and that new wool looks just lovely, no casting aside the knitting now (Get it ? Get it ? Casting...oh I am just too witty O_o)

june at noon said...

It's incredibly pretty, and I love the color green. I think you're getting it quite well!

Bianca Jae Makes Stuff said...

Beautiful yarn! You can do it! xox

missy_minzy said...

I cant spot the mistake neither. But I REALLY LOVE that green. That's my Current New favorite color! Of course, so is the red. So passionate color it is! :)

Gina said...

Dare I say it... the green is BEAUTIFUL and the pattern takes my breath away. Keep going lady. Do it for those of us who will never pick up the needles.

teddybearswednesday said...

What mistakes? I can't see any. Both yarns are lovely, and your knitting is beautiful

Michelle said...

Looks pretty good to me too. I love the red yarn, what a lovely gift.

yardage girl said...

I can't see any mistake - it looks fantastic to me - very clever. I'm always amazed at how some people can turn a ball of yarn into something so intricate.

Kate said...

Stunning Leonie! The knitting, the wool and the look of Cathie's chai. X

michelle said...

the green is divine as is the knitting. what mistake. are you trying to drive yourself around the bend

Jo said...

I can't spot any mistakes (knitting is never my thing :p) but love your choice of yarn colour!!

It's my first time here - from Kootoyoo, hoping to read more of ur creative spaces!

Thea said...

I can't see anything wrong with it either and I used to knit lacey things so don't worry about it. Keep going!

julie k said...

I found you through Kirsty's blog. I think the lace looks great. Give it a little more time and I bet you won't be able to find the mistake, either.

That red yarn is lovely!

dillpickle said...

Your knitting is rather lovely, and what mistake? It looks just fine to me! I can't wait to see the red knitted up - it's going to be luscious!

Tania said...

There's a lacy scarf happening at mine. I angsted over a DOOZY of a mistake that looked oh so obvious thirty rows in. Yeah right, can barely find it now. Keep on going girl!

Christie said...

Beautiful, is the pattern on ravelry?

Can't wait to see it finished