Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Knit One ~ Purl Two

It's time for an update on the Guernsey Wrap

My wrap is currently 38 inches long, I have passed the halfway point,
and I am just now starting with my third skein of yarn.
I needed a total of three.
I wanted to share the type of yarn I am using,
but when checking the center of the ball, 
there is no identification paper.
I bought the yarn several months ago.

This is my second Guernsey and it is such a pleasure to work on.

Part of the reason I love this pattern is the constant change in stitches.

This image gives a better feel of how big it is!!

I am not a reader but I always enjoy thumbing through my 
Sea Glass Books!!
This one holds a very special place in my heart
as it was a gift from my cousin Evelyn, whom I love dearly!!

I am joining Ginny at Small Things 
for
Yarn Along

27 comments:

  1. Oh I LOVE IT it is gorgeous. You have come so far my friend. HUGS B

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  2. Hello Debbie, your wrap is looking beautiful and I love the color. Well done! Enjoy your day!

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  3. wow! that is really beautiful! love the changing pattern of it!

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  4. You've done a beautiful job! The changing of stitches is so interesting, so intricate. Well done!

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  5. This is beautiful. A great way to try new stitches too.

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  6. I love that wrap Debbie! I love looking at your work. I like the color too. I can't wait to see it when it is finished. I love all of those different stitches. Your book is very nice too.

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  7. Passing half the work, it becomes easier. Debbie is being very handsome, I like :))
    Besos.

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  8. What a beautiful wrap! That is going to be super warm.

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  9. This is beautiful! I never conquered knitting.

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  10. It's gorgeous!! Now you'll be nice and warm when we get this cold winter they're predicting.

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  11. Lovely! I love the different patterns, too! When we were at the beach this last year I was a little disappointed that I didn't find a lot of sea glass. I wonder instead of just walking the beach if I shouldn't have been digging for treasures!

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  12. There is just something so comforting about looking at knitting.
    And sea glass brings me great joy.
    :) :) :) m & jb

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  13. So very beautiful, just like you. :)

    Fantastic.
    xoxo

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  14. We must send Mac new needles for Christmas! He can never find his. Ha! Ha!
    Your knitting is just wonderful Debbie, you're a master knitter!

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  15. Hello Debby, it's taken me a while to get here after my break. Love your wrap, it looks really difficult to do with all those different patterns. Well done!:)

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  16. Great work here Debbie ... looking good.

    All the best Jan

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  17. I am so impressed with this - such beautiful work! The combination of the different patterns is so beautiful....and you have, once again, chosen a lovely wool!

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  18. The scarf is so pretty. I like the changing stitch pattern, too.

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  19. Wow, that is a gorgeous wrap. I love the colour and the changes in stitches are lovely.

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  20. Wow you are coming along quite well on your project and it is absolutely lovely, I do love all the different stitches too, gives it great interest!

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  21. Debbie, I am so in love with this, that I just downloaded the pattern for it.
    Wish me luck!!
    You are doing such a beautiful job on this.

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  22. This wrap is looking lovely and I love the pattern. I think you should have it to wear just before it turns cold so you can model and wear it. Hugs~

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