September 21, 2011 by knit/lab
…due to a lack of tonal contrast between a natural and a beige.
I’m working with quite a short circular, so it was nice to be able to flatten it out for a while.
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It’s so beautiful. Great job. Congratulations
Thanks very much!
I love the looks of it. Have to say I’d like to see the reverse side too in order to see if it looks as messy as my color work normally looks. Mine usually looks HORRIBLE so it makes me want to stop even trying…that is until I saw this!
I’ll post a photo of the back after the epic weaving-in of ends, it’s a bit of a mess at the moment…
Such a lovely piece. Well done!
Thanks a lot!
I have bookmarked your blog, but I should put it under Art instead of Knitting. WOW!
Your cocker spaniel looks very much like the one snoozing by my chair now. 🙂
like to check your blog for color. love how you have the shawl weighted with shells and rock.
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