Thursday, October 12, 2006

WIP finished..rosy and cosy..

I have to girls..in my house..and I like girls wearing pink.. my rose bud.. you already know her..
and you remember my yummy yarn and that I mentioned I had a special project in my mind.. well it is finished.. It has been a talking about and designing as you knit project.. and my bud as a generous one.. has been my mannequin.. before she went to school.. while waiting for the schoolbus.. it was 07.15 AM.. and she is still sleepy.. the light is greyish.. I wanted to make a 'manchon' for her.. like those victorian ones.. seen on vintage postcards..
it would be hanged around her neck.. by a ribbon.. no.. a knitted strap.. no.. it is better to make a combined neck warmer.. and if this was large enough to cover her head when needed??.. and.. to prevent the 'manchon' to be used separately..and to be lost why not stich both of them.. and as the yarn is not heavy enaough to carry the weight of two hands.. why not line it with polar.. pink.. no beige.. she likes beige.. and how to stich the knitted yarn and polar lining.. blanket stich..perfect.. and if the strap get longer..and longer.. no..we will use same colour sewing string.. and it will be OK.. so she wears it as a turtleneck..
and as.. a hat-.. she looks very romantic doesn't she.. .. and the second girl is the white porcelain..who finally has a container.. and pink flowers..
I enjoyed them a lot..did you.. enjoy your day.. your craft.. your life today..

5 comments:

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

How clever!

Britt-Arnhild said...

Beautiful scarf and beautiful girl.

Connie and Rob said...

I think you did a wonderful job. Not only does it look beautiful but it looks very soft as well. Loving your whole idea.

Take care,
Connie

MariaJ said...

I'm sure you buds are proud to have such a creative mother!

One Crabapple said...

How beautiful....and the manchon too

(laughing)

Truly this is beautiful work Pinar.
The model and the needlework!