Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Yarn Along


Just yesterday, the purplish Honey Cowl came off of my circular needles, 
YaY!
 And at the present moment,

all of my needles are empty and sitting in the pretty jar I store them in.
I'm not sure what I would like to start next.

I really enjoyed working on this cowl.
Knitted with Madeline Tosh, I really liked the variations of color in the yarn.
Every so often, I would get a pop of red...I never knew when it was going to happen,
and it always made me smile.

You can see it pretty clearly in this image.
It didn't happen often but when it did, it was always a nice surprise!!

We have season passes for Longwood Gardens and we visited last week. 
I have been reading through the pretty souvenir book I purchased, the pictures are stunning.

I am joining Ginny at Small Things 
for
Yarn Along

24 comments:

  1. Um livro com uma capa de um jardim maravilhoso.
    Um abraço e boa Quarta-feira.

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    1. translated: A book with a cover of a wonderful garden. A hug and good Wednesday .

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  2. Good morning, Debbie. Congrats on your pretty Honey Cowl. The finished piece is lovely, I like the colors. I have been wanting to visit Longwood Gardens, maybe soon. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  3. Sweet morning to you too! You always picture your knitting stuff in such a pretty presentation!

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  4. Your presentation is so pretty! The cowl turned out beautifully--I like those pops of color too. So what will be next? :-)

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  5. The colors of your cowl are wonderful with that stitch patter ! I really want to knit that one, it's going to go higher in my ravelry queue now!

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  6. Ooh, so pretty! I knit a Honey Cowl a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it, too, but somehow never wear it. Must remedy that!

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  7. Your Honey Cowl is gorgeous. I love those colors.

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  8. That is a good idea of keeping the needles in the jar.

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  9. What a lovely cowl. I really like the colors you used. Your book looks very nice too. You know you could do a bird book like that. Your pictures are better than most books I see.

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  10. The colours in the yarn are just amazing.

    All the best Jan

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  11. That is simply beautiful, Debbie. Love all the colors! :)

    And, I'm glad you posted the jar again as I'd forgotten about that, and now I want to paint!

    xoxo

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  12. The cowl is pretty and I like the color. I used to keep my crochet hooks in a mason jar, and now have several in a plastic cup on my desk. I have given myself too many excuses to not start crocheting again..I used to love it. This durn computer is a big time suck that leaves not much to show for itself.

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  13. This turned out beautiful, Debbie (but then I knew it would)!!!
    I just love the colors, and the little pops of red are so special. :-)

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  14. That is a lovely cowl. Love those colors!

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  15. Hi Debbie! Yes-- if you stand up on the top of the back fence i will go in front and nab the purple chair and hand it to you ok!!? Ha ha lol nah....we'd end ☝ in jail for sure! Lol. Do you know what those purple flowers are?

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  16. .. your cowl is lovely Debbie... I like the colours in the yarn.... I keep my needles in a vintage whisky tin and a knitting bag.. I have so many...
    Have a great day.. hugs... Barb xxx

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  17. Oh Lordy! I saw a basket on sale at Michaels the other day and now it rests by my chair with the latest knitting project in it. I love the pattern of that cowl!! and the colors! and that spontaneous, lively color of red every now and then. Nice work!!

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  18. I absolutely love it! Clone one for me, please. Xoxo Andrea @ This Knitted Life

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  19. Another wonderful job completed, feels oh so good doesn't it!! I too love the color variations in that yarn, makes the project extra special :)

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  20. Love that jar and the collection of sea glass, you're giving me ideas! :)

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  21. I love your honey cowl! such a lovely stitch for that yarn

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  22. It is a beautiful Cowl; just lovely, I would say. You should model it. Sending hugs off to you!

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