Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Mary, Mary...

....quite contrary,

How does your garden grow?

Oh, my...I'm verging on needing a 12 step program. Watch out Meg, I am catching up to you!

10 comments:

purlewe said...

wow. just. wow.

Anonymous said...

Lisa - I agree. just wow. It's amazing.

Magda

Robin said...

Fabulous! Just F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S!!!!!

meg said...

I just gasped. Really loudly. I need to get my but in gear....
The bold colors look great!! I just saw the new color-ways that are out, and I thought they'd be perfect in your blanket- bold & jewel toned, with some magenta, and a lot of blues and greens.

jenjerpeach said...

How many hexagons got done at knitting circle? Lol...I haven't done a blog post but I wil screen the pictures that were taken.

Silk garden lite is gonna see a bit of me this fall. Oh yeah.

Mindy said...

It's lovely, as is everything you make. You have a constant obsession with the most beautiful things. You fell in love with Koigu, made absolutely breathtaking things. Consequently, I bought way too much Koigu, which isn't even wound. Now, you're in love with Noro and making the most awe inspiring blanket I've ever seen. Please curb your enthusiasm, Lisa! You're costing me a fortune! While I have your yarn, I don't have your incredible talents. You have beautiful things, and I only have beautiful yarn.

AllisonInPhilly said...

Wow, Lisa -- that's stunning. I can see how addicting it would be!

Allison

meg said...

I'm getting to the rectangular shaping now! Let me know if you want me to email you the PDF of the map I made for myself of the blanket. It's just a bunch of hexagons, but it shows how the edges need to be to make a rectangle out of it all. I still haven't gotten to the fractions to make it a solid rectangle, but I'm getting a rectangular blanket, if that makes sense.

TaylorMadison said...

Stunning. Beautiful colors, beautiful design. So inspiring.

be*mused jan said...

OMG! This is just fabulous, Lisa!