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Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Knitted Lace for a change.


Hi,
I was going to post this yesterday, things don't always work out as you plan. Yesterday being the first day of spring, the sun was shining (please note Sheila I have spelt shining right for you) I spoke to Sheila on Sunday, she said every time I write the sun is shining I put two "n" well I hope today I have got it right. Spelling is not my best point, we cant be good at everything and thankfully now we have spell checker on computers. It was Sheilas birthday yesterday, we popped in to see her on Sunday evening, Sheila is my husband sister in Law by his previous marriage and when we got married Sheila said that she had never had a sister in Law before, well neither had I. I hope she had a lovely birthday.
Back to the post I thought I would show you some knitted lace for a change. I have a cloth on the needles at the moment and when its finished I will post it. All three cloths have a close up as well so you can see the middle a bit easier. This cloth is white with a silver thread within the thread. the picture just does not show the silver. The cloth measures 15 and half inches Dia. The pattern came from the German Magazine "Anna".
This cloth and was knitted in pure white. It is a another German pattern from the "Anna" magazines. Unfortunately they do not publish these magazines in English any more. Their patterns are not written like the English ones, they are done from a graph.

close up. The cloth measures 20 inches in Dia.





This is another cloth also from a German pattern from the magazine "Anna" this was knitted in a peach thread,


Close up. This cloth measures 20 inches in Dia.




I hope you have enjoyed this piece today these cloths take a quite a time to knit and are all knitted in merchandised cotton.
Hope you are keeping well, look forward to seeing you again in blog land.
Hugs
Margaret

4 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret, These cloths are so beautifully made, you have magic fingers for this kind of close work you know, gorgeous Margaret.....by the by, I to spell shining like you at times....lol....I have now corrected it as you can see.....used to be such a top speller to...wonder what happened...lol...xxxx

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  2. These are all so pretty Margaret, you are very clever, I hope you are on the best side at the moment, spring well on the way to make us all feel better lol
    Tilly

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  3. wow, these are beautiful margaret.the patterns are very detailed :D

    xx coops xx

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  4. Hi Margaret,
    Love your cloths they are really gorgeous, I also have a few Anna magazines I love looking through them they are so full of lovely projects.

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