Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Yarn Along

I waited until this morning to take these pictures, 
so my every last stitch to date is included with my update today.

Guernsey Wrap
Knitted with Cascade Yarns
100% Undyed Baby Alpaca Yarn

Honey Cowl
Knitted with Chateau Yarn
70% Baby Alpaca - 30% Bamboo Viscose

Up-close, you can see the pattern of the stitches developing.
It looks like a honey comb, the pattern becomes more distinctive as the cowl becomes longer.

I have been knitting a lot but the hubs and I have also been out a lot,
on fun fall adventures.

19 comments:

  1. Its always nice to see what you and Chuck have been doing but it is always nice to see what you have been working on. I love the colors. I always enjoy seeing your progress. Have a lovely day Debbie.

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  2. Hello, you have some pretty knitting projects. I love both the wrap pattern and the pretty honey cowl. I've seen some of your adventures on facebook, you two are having lots of fun. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

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  3. So very beautiful, Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  4. I do love that wrap pattern--which still has me stymied, by the way. LOL

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  5. Your knitting is beautiful! I am still trying to learn! I don’t know what’s wrong with me! My knitting is so tight that I feel like I’m fighting with the yarn!

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  6. Yahoo! I love them. Xoxo
    Andrea @ This Knitted Life

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  7. Very pretty.

    I didn't understand the Guernsey Wrap... So I searched and found one. Now I see... you finished one part of it. Cooool!

    And the cowl is lovely! Love that color....

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  8. There'll be lots of time for knitting soon enough, Debbie. Make the most of the outings while the weather is good.

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  9. Love the cowl. They are so nice to wear!

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  10. Debbie you are so good at knitting, your stitches are so perfect. Nice job on both.

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  11. Debbie, I envy your knitting skills. Two beautiful projects. I love both. That pink is such a pretty shade. Love the wrap too and your creativity in your photos.

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  12. Beautiful knitting Debbie. As others have said, your stitches are so even... You've definitely got your rhythm going as you knit. You'll be cosy as wearing these beauties !

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  13. I love the almost ecru or wheat color yarn. Your stitches are nice and even! I know your cowl will be pretty, too! Love to see people's knitting!

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  14. Beautiful, so pretty and so nice and neat!--I'm sure i've asked you this before, (and forgotten the answer! LOL)--but how did you get started and learn this? I do love seeing the pretty things you make, even tho I would never have the patience for this! ha ha LOL. We've been on vacation and I'm unpacking and laundry and will catch up on your posts tomorrow, but wanted to say howdy my friend!

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  15. Your work looks good. Nice butterflies on the previous post.

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  16. That honeycomb pattern is really beautiful, Debbie, and the color you chose really brings that pattern out.
    But oh, the Guernsey Wrap!!! So, so beautiful.
    xo.

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  17. Just lovely! You have many talents,Debbie!

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  18. I truly love your knitting projects. These photos are lovely and you are so talented. I do hope you model these when they are completed. Hugs~

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  19. Both look so pretty ...

    All the best Jan

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