or the hazardous knitter, or the faux knitter, or the fruitless knitter, or .... (closet crocheter?)
oh, i know! the knarcissistic knitter .... i LOVE looking at my own blog!
Very pretty colorway! I've been tempted by the Lady Eleanor, but a bit scared of entrelac.
*SCREEKING* OHMYGOD! Lovely!! You picked a FABULOUS colorway!!
Wow.. that colorway is FAB-U-LOUS! Can't wait to see more!!
wow you are FAST! that looks really great so far. i would be starting that with you if i hadn't spent my august and september yarn budgets on a new camera and some travel stuff. :(how's icarus?
You already know I love it ;)So, how do you get this nifty little border around your pics?
That colorway is beatiful! Oh how I long for Fall!
Ooooh. Lady eleanor. I've been having a sudden to desire to try some Noro and looking at this isn't helping.
How'd the initial blocking go? ;p
Mmmmmmm! She's lovely. What is the colorway?
I probably didn't tell you, but I met CT Hamilton while on vacation last week -- though I don't know if she designed this). She is very cool,down to earth, and pragmatic. Back to Narnia. Have fun with this. Natashua
You can knit like that, you can bake bread! It's a question of do you want to.Thanks for stopping by my blog.You have some beauty on yours!
Ooh, what a beautiful autumn colorway! You must show us more soon.
Oh so pretty!! Can't wait to see it done up.
Eeek! That is always my expression when I see Lady E. I bought my Noro last year and was hoping to have it done by this winter but I have yet to start on it. I might just break it out this weekend!!!
Oooh. That looks all kinds of snuggly-scrumptious.What is it?
whatever it is, its gorgeous!!!! Love those colors.Huggs, G
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