Tuesday, May 26, 2015

On My Needles ~ Still...

My Guernsey Wrap is still on my needles,
and I am so in love with it.

There are three charts to the pattern, 
A, B and C, some have to be completed two or three times.
I have finally made my way to chart C.
Three skeins of yarn are needed to finish the wrap, 
I just opened number three.
This project has been sheer joy to work on,
I adore the yarn choice and the color,
and the "bind-off" is in sight!
It is currently 49 inches long and looks like this...



It won't be long now!!

Sharing images from my fun knitting project with
Stephanie at The Enchanting Rose

28 comments:

  1. Oh, you are SO SWEET to care about a Guernsey Cow enough to make it a wrap! Does it belong to a friend, or is it part of a herd?
    ;) m & jb

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  2. If a superhero could knit...imagine the gidgets and such she'd/he'd create. (I watched a lot of Marvel's this weekend)

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  3. that is just absolutely gorgeous and such perfect pretty stitches, I bet your getting very excited with getting so close to being done!

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  4. So beautiful! You're doing an awesome job there, Debbie. I envy the talents you have. :)

    xoxo

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  5. Debbie, you have become a pro at knitting. I can wait to see you modeling your new wrap. Have a happy Tuesday!

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  6. Excellent work, Debbie, not long now for sure. Love the birds!

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  7. It is looking excellent! Great work.

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  8. I love that wrap, it is wonderful. My daughter told me this weekend, that my grand daughter who is six, is knitting up a storm. I asked her what H. what she was making and she said, " a blanket for a stuffed animal." I am so excited she is learning at this age. My grandson who is eight, is learning too. He says if H. can do it so can he. :) I guess I will be sending skeins of wool soon. Darn, I have to buy wool. ( Now I have a good excuse.) Have a lovely Tuesday Debbie.

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  9. I think it look good, but I don't understand knitting!!!!

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  10. I love the stitch work in this piece! You've done a beautiful job!!

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  11. Hey, Debbie. Your newest post isn't showing up. Just wanted you to know. xoxo

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  12. Just beautiful, Debbie. And, just think of how warm it will be come fall.

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  13. I agree the stitches look perfect. Love that pattern & the color is just gorgeous. Yes good yarn choice. Pretty little birds on the nest, how cute.

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    1. thanks karen, this is not as difficult as it looks and all the stitches are far from perfect. but that's what makes it unique, non-cookie cutter and special. this is my favorite project so far....no one is getting it, it is my gift to myself!!!!!

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  14. Aww it's looking lovely Debbie, I'm wondering how heavy it is on your needles when you are knitting. Can't wait to see the finished wrap! :)

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  15. Lovely, Debbie! You're doing great things with your knitting!

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  16. Oooh......I am loving your guernsey wrap, Debbie! The patterns are gorgeous and the colour so soft and dreamy. Gorgeous knitting!!

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  17. Debbie, it is gorgeous!!
    I love the color and patterns.

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  18. What a wonderful pattern. I really like the color.

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  19. Hi Debbie! I loved the post with the flowers...so beautiful! And your baby birds were so precious!

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  20. The patterns is really nice. Who shouldn't be proud of that.

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  21. It will be very good for autumn !!
    Besos.

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  22. Beautiful! I love the color too; blue is my favorite!

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  23. It looks beautiful! I especially love the pattern. I love the color too. You must model it when it is completed. Hugs!

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  24. Look at you go! You are the Knitting Wonder Woman! :) I am always so happy to have you at Roses of Inspiration....thanks for joining the party. Hugs!

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