Thursday, April 26, 2007

Que Sera Sera....

As promised to Jacqueline, this is a photo of me wearing the Que Sera Sera Necklace. Beautiful isn't it??? ^^ So visit her site Angelicious Creations for original lovely jewellery~! ^^

And this is a close up of the necklace...:)

Saturday, April 14, 2007

A bunch of scarves....

First one up is done in Patons Merino Totem DK. Though usually I don't really knit with Patons yarns, when I saw this colour, I knew I had to have it! It actually matched one of my dress-top thingie...^^

Next one up is hmmm...little pom-pom-ed scarf. This one was inspired by one of my Japanese knitting books and this was knitted in Louisa Harding Kashmir DK yarns! ^^ I think it again matches my top...hehe....

Then, finally this is the Wool Baa's bow tie scarf. ^^ Adapted in stripes in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino DK and Kashmir DK. Can't wait to finish it!!!! \^0^/

Sunday, April 01, 2007


After many frustrating days with internet connection that froze from time to time, I'm finally back online. >.<

Anyway, Wool Baa had so many new yarns and books that I'm very much inspired to do some new projects other than scarves (or at least different designs of scarves). To start off, I did this Jo Sharp Reversable beanie from Knit Issue 3. Though tagged as suitable for intermediate knitters, I reckon it's good for beginners too. Best of all I completed it in one night! However, I personally do not think it is actually reversable. I mean it's got be joined by a seam. Unless one is a really neat sewer then the seam is visible if worn the other way. I think if it is to be worn in reverse, it needs to be knitted in circular form. Despite this, I think even if worn one way it's absolutely funky~! ^^

(umm...this is a picture of me...)

I've had a very trying week, so I am knitting with vengence to de-stress (April...I need my comics!!). Expect a couple of new projects. Here's a hint for the next's a scarf, it's cashmere, it's merino's a Lisa Harding yarn!!!