Thursday, September 13, 2012

One moment in time ...

... the right moment in time
gave me the opportunity to "capture" one of Mother Earth's finest creations. (on camera!)

Sooo beautiful! :-D

And some of my (new) flowers ...

Just a hint ...

... I am updating and adding all the knits I did within this year ... so you might want to check in again later on ;-)

(you will just have to scroll down ... right now I am adding May-projects)

Just a hint - please show me some love (I love comments and feedback ... really! *g*)

Ich update und füge meine Strickwerke chronologisch hier ein ... falls ihr das also sehen möchtet, bitte immer mal wieder heute reinchecken *zwinker*

(ihr müsst dann nur runterscrollen ... im Moment pflege ich die Mai-Projekte ein)

Nur so ein kleiner Wink mit dem Scheunentor - bitte um ein bisschen "Liebe" 
(Ich liebe Kommentare und Feedback ... echt jetzt! *gg*)

Thursday, September 06, 2012

B-day-Joy and La Sarita ...

First of all I would like to thank all my dear friends 
for the B-day wishes yesterday on Ravelry and on Facebook.
You have made my day brighter and cheerier ;-)


Second I would like to introduce

Pattern La Sarita by Janet Weston

:  Finished
:  September 2 2012
:  September 5 2012
 Needle and yarn
  US 6 - 4.0 mm
anabelcolori "zauberhand"
1 skeins = 437.4 yards (400.0m) 
A wonderful pattern and a great knit! 
Never get's boring, because the bottom-up architecture let's you make the lacey 
(and longish .... more than 400 sts to cast on) part first 
and then you get to learn a "new" estonian stitch and after that you just do short rows.
The I-cord bind-off is perfect for this project :-D
Ahem ... yes ... BEADS were optional ... 
so I didn't do them ( I am not quite the "beader" ...LOL)

With this project I also tried something I saw the other day in the projects of a fellow Raveler:
Folded blocking (<-- that's what I shall call it) ... 
you fold your shawl in half and block it with blocking wires and pins ... 
yes, you get a middle fold ....BUT the shawl turns absolutely symmetrical and it uses less blocking space ;-)