Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Did I mention those?

This is a snood,in fact the one shown here
and this bag was a perfect training for cables, that I was scared of. Brea bag by Norah Gaughan
Thank you for all your kind comments. I insist they should go to the designers, as I only follow instructions.
It is quite funny, as the instructions I find on Ravelry or in US Magazines are much more sophisticated than the French ones I'm used to, not to mention the weird abbreviations, like ssk, or pwyf. Thanks the knitting gods for YouTube and Google :-)
I also insist that knitting is one stitch at a time, be it a scarf or a mitten. And in any case, a bunch of love sent to the recipient.

Back to my couch and my needles! Take care all!

11 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

It is funny that you show a snood. They must be popular again. I have seen many young ladies with snoods on. I love the bag. Really cute.

Bassetmomma said...

Oh these are so nice. I really love the Snood. I love the picture in your link. It looks soooo cozy on the woman! You did a wonderful job on yours and I really like the color!

georgia little pea said...

Addict! ;) YouTube and google are my best friends :D X

houndstooth said...

Oh, those are beautiful! You sell yourself short, you have a real gift and a great eye for beauty. :)

houndstooth said...

Oh, and I almost forgot -- yes, they did have lace making, or tatting, at some part of Spoon River Drive, but I think what you saw behind Bunny were special sticks made for roasting hot dogs!

Priscilla said...

I love the colours of the snood and the bag! In fact, I almost bought a snood for Rosie before she went back to school. The bag is beautiful.

neki desu said...

the little bag rocks!!

neki desu said...

the little bag rocks!!

Remington said...

They are so cool! You do a great job, my friend!

nikkipolani said...

Boy, are those cute!

p.s. How did you know I've got three little potimarrons on my counter?

Rosemary said...

Cute I too love Ravelry, great spot for patterns