5.09.2012

Royal Quilting

Just a quick video showing my current WIP. Sorry, no head shot on this one since I was too lazy to change out of my penguin pjs.




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13 comments:

  1. Yay, video blog! That is SUCH a cool technique. Thanks for sharing it. :)

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  2. That's such a neat technique! You should do voice-over work! And what's that cute little Hello Kitty thing in the background?

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  3. I like Hello Kitty in the background, too, but not as much as I like (a) the amazing effect of this stitch, (b) your colour combinations (mmm, grey and various lovely blues), and (c) actually seeing [and hearing] you work on it---you make it look so easy! I hope the cowl works out and shows up on a Friday very soon. :)

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  4. Such a great little vlog!

    Brilliant technique and tutorial. I love the gradual colour changes in the yarn that you're using, it's so pretty against the grey!

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  5. Thanks for the sweet comments! The little guy thought that I needed an audience so that's why Miss Hello Kitty is in the background :)

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  6. Fantastic technique - thanks for sharing

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  7. I love the tutorial! Your cowl is beautiful.

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  8. Awesome video, thank you!

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  9. That is simply beautiful - would love to give that stitch a try- thanks for introducing it to us.

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  10. I LOVE the colors you are using! Really nice ombre effect so far. I'm not a knitter, but that technique looks very cool (and seems easy enough once you're used to it). Can't wait to see how your project progresses!

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  11. It looks so pretty - and so complicated! Thanks for showing us how - the video was clever :)

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  12. I love that you added a video! But we didn't get to see your penguin PJs ;-) The color combo you are using looks great. I think this technique is the next square I'll be doing for the Learn-to-knit Afghan project. They call is Scale Quilting (which may or may not be the same technique, but it looks similar). It's really nice to see the technique used on a project that will be worn rather than an afghan square.

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