February 28, 2017 by knit/lab
a new pattern with Chinese flavour – a collaboration with Barbara of Dibadu – with stranding, reverse stranding and stacked decreases:
still finding leaves:
interesting winter light effects, late afternoon:
who fell in the pond?
Posted in knit | 12 Comments
ho ho, fell or jumped 🙂 I mean he is a water dog right?
I never fail to be absolutely AMAZED by your skill, Kieran. Wonder if I could live long enough to master just a little of it …? – chissà ?
Stunning! I can’t wait.
Donnie looks totally satisfied with himself! What a wonderful pattern!
Love this new one! The colors are outstanding
Wonderful pattern and awsome pictures!
An unchained color feast for the eye. Again, such beauty. The photographs are a joy to look at, the trees, the sky… Thank you.
Love the stranded waves in your pattern! Also the cheeky look of your lovely puppy – presumably falling in didn’t worry him too much.
Gorgeous new pattern! Can’t wait to see more! That light- my favorite, that blue-grey and gold- reminds me of Van Gogh. Just beautiful. All that and an adorable teenager doggie!
Stunning photos! Fabulous new pattern. Wish I had the nerve to attempt one. Your colours are amazing!
Wahoo! That is rich, sir!
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