Wow! That's ambitious!!!
It does look good!!! Smiling with you.
Jenni, Jenni, Jenni........ here I was, on the first none rainy day in weeks, supposedly going out to garden and I clicked your link...... the rest, as they say, "is history". What stunning garments this lady designs and knits and what an inspirational person. Thank you.
INTARSIA? Not for the faint-hearted! but if anyone can do it, Jen, you can. Beautiful pattern and that girl's got some game considering what she's been through. I recognise the scenery too,Cramond, which is close to my old stomping ground. Hope you're having a good weekend.x
Oooh I like that and I like reading Kate's blog!
Ooh, very nice! No wonder it struck a chord. It struck one with me too. But I shall not be attempting that!!!
Can't even imagine trying this, but can't wait to see yours! Do you have a trike?I love her dress with the cardi...and her story. A smile inducer, for sure.
I can see why this struck a chord for you. It's gorgeous. Impressive that you're willing to take on such a pattern, which to my eyes looks complex.
Really lovely. beautiful choice and I can't wait to see your finished cardi.
I love it!! That whole photo is just wonderful!! It certainly made me smile.
That really is cute !
Isn't she clever?! I love it - although am totally terrified about steeking too - a bit like bungy jumping! The colours are gorgeous - just loving a bit of tweed at the mo, it looks so cosy. And, I rather fancy the pockets - all in all - fab. What colours will you do?
How adorable this is...sooo cute.I would LOVE for Lucy Rabbit to come to West Texas. Just let me know when and what to do.xoxo bj
It is indeed gorgeous. I am severely tempted to add it to my WIP pile... :O Please make sure you show photos of work in progress!
Hi Jenni, i like this post the cardigan is great but what interested me is the bike. My partner Rod says i dont go riding with him as i fall off all the time so may be I ge a tricycle.
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