Since it's almost the end of the month
I had to make haste to finish
the little felting-exchange piece.
Ha, just like last month
I made a serious mistake
so I had to do it all over again
(that's learning ... is it ?)
I had to make something with flowers or leaves
and it just jumped into my mind :
is a rose
is a rose
(the first ánd second attempt)
Almost dry and waiting for a few stitches ...
it's on its way now to J.
Last Stitch'nBitch-Saturday I went to Rotterdam,
but if the weather had been as bad as it would turn out later
I probably would have stayed at home !!!
Snow and an icy wind :
not so nice when you're on your bike !
We were five, who defied the bad weather ...
and ofcourse it was fun
as I showed my trumpet flowers of Loani Prior
I got an e-mail of the "Queen"
about the pattern of her double-knitted scarf !
Though it took me quite some time looking at You-Tube
to manage the double-knit
I started a gauge swatch today
(with two skeins of Noro Kureyon Sock
that were patiently waiting in my stash)
with the result
a "positive" and "negative" side
Thanks Loani !
Oh my, I've never seen a more beautiful felted rose!!BeantwoordenVerwijderen
that rose is beautiful indeed and that yarn is gorgeous. i remember trying double knitting many years ago but don't remember any of it.BeantwoordenVerwijderen
Beautiful rose . I likeBeantwoordenVerwijderen
Hi Els - this pretty rose britens up this snowy bitter morning. Spring will return right??? Xxoo, susBeantwoordenVerwijderen
You are so clever to knit double knitting. I would love to do it, but I can't without any help from someone! Looking forward to see it finished - Hugs NatBeantwoordenVerwijderen
What a beautiful rose! I have done both wet and dry felting and could not sustain my passion for it so it went by the wayside. I do, however still love working with felt/felted wool, and for applique it beats fabric, I am daring to say!! LxBeantwoordenVerwijderen
and WHAT a rose! warm greetings from Paris!BeantwoordenVerwijderen