Friday, 23 August 2013

Finished Knitting - Seed Stitch Wrap

I finally finished my wrap!  And I might be biased but...isn't it beautiful?!  I don't often post finished objects since it takes me SO LONG to knit one item, so take it all in now.  After putting it on to take pictures I can confirm that it will be keeping me nice and warm this winter.
I used ten colours in all (check out my starting post here) and used most of the 100g balls of each colour.  Because of the moss stitch used it turned out nice and flat too, so it was easy to work with as it was getting bigger - I just folded it over on my lap.
Getting cosy...
Has anyone else made it?  I'd love to see pictures!

:)

9 comments:

  1. Wow! Well done, Elise. It looks amazing, I'm hopeless at knitting anything more than just k1p1.

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    1. That's all it's made of Char, constant k1p1, you could do it! :)

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  2. That is magnificent!!! I can't believe you only stared that in April! it would have taken me years to finish! I love the choice of colours its really beautiful!! xx

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    1. Man I forgot it was only April, it knitted up faster than I thought too! :)

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  3. that looks fab! completely off topic but your book shelf has the same books on as mine! >.<

    Carry x

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    1. Ah you obviously have great taste then, I think we could be friends ;)

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  4. This is amazing, I'm in awe! I've only ever knitted one thing (well, if you can count a scrap about the size of a doll's scarf, which I then abandoned, as a 'thing').

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  5. Woweee!! It's massive, I love it! I made a moss stitch cowl/snood for my mum's birthday back in february and absolutely loved the stitch too. May have to make one for myself this winter.

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  6. Wow, it's HUUUUGGGGEEEEE! Really cool, and it didn't take you too long, considering the size of it. It takes me the same amount of time to knit a kitchen cloth ;)

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