Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Remember my knitting?


I've finished my knitting, this is the result. I'm very happy with it. The idea comes from one of Nina Sagulin's books. Talking about ideas - take a look at this one, lace and ice, if it only was a little bit colder here I would certainly try it.

If you like to make snowflakes but doesn't want to have paper scraps all over, this is a good place :) Thanks for the link Camilla.

34 comments:

Toktokada said...

your knitted collar is really beautiful. Makes me want to knit one for myself.

Gypmar said...

Lovely! The two colors together make it extra special.

outi said...

looks very soft and beautiful, looks good on you:)

UNIFORM Studio said...

just gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

It's GORGEous!
x

Joanna Goddard said...

fabulous! and it looks soooo soft and cozy.

ljc said...

Lovely.

sofia barão said...

Camilla this is perfect.

mansuetude said...

its etheral

love it~

Pudelbruttans matte said...

Camilla jag gillar verkligen din konst! Har länkat till en favorit från min blogg!

ibi said...

it is so beautiful. seems so airy and soft and warm at the same time.

kattextvo said...

It is wonderful - like a warm, soft mist :-) Everything you make looks perfect, how do you do it? :-)

shari said...

beautiful knitting camilla!

Abigail A. Percy said...

That, {and you} is absolutely gorgeous!!

wow ;) xo

Lisa said...

It is really nice. Looks soft and warm and cuddly...
And looks so good on you!

Katrine Ny said...

I agree with everyone, that knitting is SO nice! It looks really good on you. I like that you can use it in all these different ways. Was it hard to knit?

Margie Oomen said...

your knitting looks so ethereal and organic. It reminds me of the annulus that has a transient life on a mushroom http://www.ilmyco.gen.chicago.il.us/Terms/annul216.html
Thanks so much for the link to my lace and ice post.

sheila said...

Such a soft and light scarf. The colour of clouds, it looks like it could float away. I am still working on those snowflakes...

Natascha Rosenberg said...

Looks so soft and you look great with it!

Sophie said...

Wow ! Great idea and very nice result. Thanks for the frozen "snowflake", will be perfect for our really cold winter.

Karin said...

fint! kanske du kan få vara fotomodell i boken nästa gång ;)

habitual said...

Beautiful, looks like rowan kidsilk (my fav). I am knitting a tunic in the same colors.

Are you on Ravelry Camilla?

Joslyn said...

oooh that scarf it gorgeous...airy.

debbie said...

how beautiful! is it difficult to knit lace?

Camilla Engman said...

habitual, you're right it is kidsilk!

It was easy to stich, just the same ordinary stich all the way round and round and round...

penelope said...

Oh! It's gorgeous!

trupeach said...

oh my. how delicate and cozy!

Rūta said...

Beautiful job!

pigeon.toed said...

it turned out amazing!

kim said...

This is absolutely gorgeous and stunning!

Susannah said...

so beautiful & inspiring. thank you!

meristem said...

I'm dying to know - as I don't speak Swedish - what is that "ordinary" stitch? I'm new to knitting and I LOVE the look of it! Your collar/shawl is so lovely... Thanks so much-
best, marika

Camilla Engman said...

That's just it, I don't know what it is called. It is just the ordinary stich, the most common knit stich.

meristem said...

Ok, thanks!