July 12, 2016 by knit/lab
Currently working with naturally dyed Merinos d’Arles from Renaissance Dyeing
and with Lang 6 ply:
Posted in design, dublin, flowers, garden, germany, knit, nature, yarn | 10 Comments
Those Renaissance colours are exquisite. As for the montbretia in front of the yellow door……….
Looking beautiful and summery.
Wonder what you are making with all those pretty primary colors!
WOW!!! What incredible colour you captured. Very enjoyable. Thanks!
Those deer! What an amazing photograph, I am in love with it! I had to look up this park, what an incredible asset. I need to plan a trip there soon.
Oh, and I can’t wait to see what you are knitting now!
Did you actually see those stags? Ditto on the yellow door…amazing.
Oh I hope it is a colourwork shawl. Such a treat to see what catches your eye/lens.
I can’t wait to see the project ! It will full of life and color!!! Life moves on and I will always have fond memories of knitting the sample for Knit Red ! Your knitting astounds me ! What a gift to have !!!
So that’s what montbretia looks like! Very cool and those deer, woof!
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