Thursday, April 29, 2010

My Creative Space

I seem to be ALL about the knitting lately!  This is a Milo Vest by Aussie pattern writer Georgie Hallam, she can be found at Ozebaby too if your not on Ravelry.  Very clever and simple design and easy to personalise with different cable options.


I am nearly finished another Georgie pattern, Eden's Adam.   I love that this pattern is an Adam and Eve style set both a dress and vest catered for in the one pattern.  I can't wait to cast off so I can show this one off too!

Today (after I cast off!) I am determined to dust off the sewing machine and sew a few blocks for the Around the Block quilting bee.  It is nearly my turn to send out fabric too so I have to start thinking about that, which is both scarey and exciting!

To visit more creative spaces visit Kirsty.

20 comments:

  1. I love that bright green wool-it is so cheerful somehow. Beautiful photo too. xdash

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  2. What a beautiful colour and love the style! I'll have to check out the patterns.

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  3. great colour & gorgeous pattern.

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  4. Thats such a gorgeous colour!
    It looks beautiful!

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  5. gorgeous Becky! Must get round to knitting some for my boys :)

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  6. cables? you have me nervous at the thought! I really love the green on your little person

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  7. Oh my! That is the most delicious green. Lovely. Lovely. Lovely.

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  8. This is so beautiful! What a great job you've done :) K

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  9. lovely photo and love the vest. some great creating

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  10. That is such a beautiful vest knitted in that pretty fresh green wool. So Sweet.:)

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  11. Sooo cute! I love that colour too!

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  12. great pattern, fits her well too!

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  13. Love the green. It looks great on her- she looks os snug and cozy! xo m.

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  14. What a gorgeous colour. The green really suits her.

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  15. Wow, I love your green vest, it looks fabulous, warm and so sweet. I wish I could knit, well, I wish I could follow patterns. Maybe I should give something simple a go, this little vest would be ideal for winter xo

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  16. That is a great pattern - I might even give that a go with my very average knitting skills!

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  17. Oh gorgeous green, awesome work, love Posie

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  18. Aww, it's inspiring. You make me want to knit...I really need to learn this skill and go beyond the plain stitch!

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  19. Great work! Thank you so much for sharing!

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