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Saturday, April 14, 2007

What's On My Needle?

I called it sunshine. Simply because it’s yellow. It’s working from top down with lacy panel on the sleeves and waist.


I was too lazy to move the stitches to scrap yarn in order to try it on, so I just continue separated the sleeves and working in a round for the body. Only the other night, I decided to try it on since I needed to know whether I could start the panel on the waist. To my delight surprise, everything is OK. I am so happy that my calculation is correct.
I think I got another winner here.

12 comments:

Mimi said...

I can see from your drawing that it's beautiful! ...I just wish I could knit that :p
You're so talented, Lily, being able to go from designing crochet to knitting and vice versa, way to go!

Roxanne said...

Beautiful! It'll be fabulous from the picture I see! You're an awesome designer.

L said...

oh Lily I Love that one to!! I know I have to start the sage one yet but I would love this one when available too!

JL said...

Pls keep them coming, love seeing!

handknit168 said...

Is it your own design also ? It is beautiful and like to see the FO very soon.

Sheila said...

Ohhhh Lily... from your sketch, the sweater is going to look fabulous... love the color. I love to sketch and actually my drawing skills are improving...lol. Very creative.. handmade labels.

Judy said...

Hi Lily, yes, the instruction photo showed the crocheted motif worn in the front. But I guess I can wear it either way. Thanks for checking it out. The yellow on your current project is very pretty, can't wait to see how it turns out.

Andrea said...

I just discovered your blog. Beautiful designs. You're very talented.

yuvee said...

Ooh...can't wait to see how this one goes!

Tammy said...

Your crochet projects are beautiful! When did you start crocheting? Who taught you?

Lily said...

Thank you Tammy. I wish you leave me your email address. I started crocheting at 4 years old. My auntie taught me.

Rina said...

I'm intrigued by the design. Can't wait to see what you come up with!