Saturday, 23 January 2010

eternity

Cast off last night.


Spent a while in front of the mirror this morning 'arranging it' every which way.
Admired it.
Dreaming of more projects using Malabrigo.


Worn it all day.
Love it.
Eternity Scarf.
And now Kristina's knitting one.

15 comments:

Simone said...

Your knitting is beautiful Diana. You can really see the texture of the scarf in the photo too. x

Dragonfly said...

Oh, it's wonderful. I know that it feels divine too!

dottycookie said...

Oooh, gorgeous. I haven't bought any Malabrigo yet. I think it sounds dangerously addictive ...

Frogdancer said...

I just ordered some Malabrigo yesterday to knit these:
http://frenchpressknits.blogspot.com/2010/01/improv-hat-and-cowl-patterns.html
I've only ordered 2 skeins so the cowl will be a bit shorter then the pictured one, but I'm really looking forward to starting!

kristina said...

Oh it looks wonderful! I love it in the Malabrigo. K x

silverpebble said...

Congratulations on a very chic new addition to your wardrobe!

Lucy said...

BEAUTIFUIl scarf! So how is your costochondritis doing? Found you on a blog search. I have the condition as well. you can find me at http://www.costohope.blogspot.com Don't worry, I'm not a spammer =) Just a girl trying to see how others cope with this.

You are very talented!
Hugs,
Lucy

cocoa and blankets said...

I have just bought the pattern and will do after the other lovely scarf that you features from lime and syicks (is that right) you inspire most of my knitting projects. I am intending using some wool which our local wool shop is now producing - from ilkley called bar tat yarns!

Fiona said...

That is lovely. I really want to knit one.

Discerning Admirer said...
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Discerning Admirer said...

Looks so good, I think Pebbledash can claim to be a professional knitter now!

Tallis said...

Fab work and so nice to see a finished project that gives enjoyment

liZZie said...

that looks like very, very good knitting to me.. excellent, and i love the colour too, hats off to you!

suzanne said...

That looks so lovely and cosy Diana and I love the word Malabrigo - sounds so exotic! Another project to add to the ever growing list!

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

Is this yarn not some of the most beautiful you have worked with? So soft to the touch and the colours are delightful.
It felts wonderfully too.
Susan