Tuesday, October 26, 2010

newly needled

I am totally lovin' what's in my bag these days.
Piece of Pi on the left, Elisabeth on the right.

Make it a great one!

51 comments:

house on hill road said...

i'm just loving your bag.

Mrs H said...

Lol, Me too, its lush, is it just your yarn bag or your handbag?
It's fab x

JoAnn said...

Love the bag! I have 2 in difference sizes. How are you liking the lock & key on yours? My LYS has one in stock and I was thinking whether or not it would be a pain in the butt.

Great colors of yarn!

Jane said...

Looks good! enjoy your day!

Jen G. said...

Love the bag and can't wait to see the finished items!

APA said...

The colors are gorgeous on your new creations. And that beautiful bag is perfect for beautiful you.

xo...Ana

Sewn With Grace said...

I just love everything you create!

jennifer said...

I'm loving the yarn for the Elisabeth sweater! The Knit Cafe sweater that you've knit up before is next in my queue. Did you find buttons for your Jenny Watson sweater?

From All Stitched Up said...

I always love the sweaters you choose to knit. The bag looks great.

homeschoolmom said...

love the bag too! what is it and where can i get one too?!?!

the knitting projects are lovely too. :D

sapphireblue said...

I love this photo! It says so much.

Hilary said...

Oh man, I LOVE a white fluffy beret! Love your bag, too!

seashoreknits said...

is that a scottie i spy?

the pi pattern is ADORABLE

how DO you find these cutie pie patterns?

Maggie O said...

Love the colours...what is underneath all of that and where are the lovely buttons?

severien said...

What a gorgeous bag!!

Rachel said...

The sweater pattern looks gorgeous... and so comfy, too!

rachel said...

The yarn you're using for the Elisabeth sweater looks lovely!

Laura said...

I agree, awesome project bag! Those knits look lovely as well!

Missy knits said...

Wow, I love, love, love the Elisabeth pattern. That might have to be next on my "to-knit" list!

Julia said...

Yes, I'm loving the bag itself too! (and the projects in it, of course)

Tina said...

Ooooo, I like Elisabeth. Just added her to my favorites in Ravelry and hope to move it to my queue soon. Looking forward to seeing your complete sweater. Thanks!

stitching under oaks said...

more beauties coming...love your bag!

MadMad said...

I've had Elisabeth in the back of my head for a while now... we did the Mollie scarf as a KAL at my LYS and it was a huge hit - the yarn is really nice!

Pam said...

Do you purchase patterns and yarn from Classic Elite Yarns? Being from NH, I just located the factory where they manufacture the Classic Elite Yarns in MA last month. I went into their factory store and it was wonderful to see all the beautiful yarns and patterns.

Just wondering ...
Best wishes

Laura said...

I love Elizabeth! Great colours and the pattern looks like it'll be a great piece to wear.

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Both look great. You are so talented.

Anonymous said...

I love the bag too. I am also knitting Elizabeth. Are you using Liberty yarn? It is so nice and soft! What colorway are you using? I need to get back to knitting on mine because I got a little distracted by some Brooklyn Tweed.

craftynycgirl said...

Looks lovely! Im really liking the elizabeth sweater in particular!

Anonymous said...

The top of your PI looks more detailed than the picture with the pattern? Did you add something?

molly said...

Forget about what's in the bag. I'm lovin' the BAG, sweet!

Anonymous said...

I've always been fond of Isabella myself but it has to be at the end of a long, long queue. (Astor is near the beginning though!)

Z of ZKNITZ said...

Where can I get a bag like that? Did you make it yourself?

It's nice and big for knitting projects..neat!

Rebecca said...

I like what is inside your bag, too! Both of those are unique patterns...I'm bookmarking them!

Larissa said...

Love all the wooly goodness tucked in there. Love your bag too - i've looked at it but never took the plunge!

Chelsea Gable said...

Yay, Elisabeth cardigan! My favorite...I'm knitting the 47 stitch wide, 1x1 ribbed collar now. Good, mindless subway knitting that doesn't occupy much bag space or much mental space! I can't wait to layer mine over a tissue tee (my preferred tee too) and skinny jeans.

Nancy said...

Does anyone know what the name of the bag is?? Love it!

Ally Johnston said...

Both look great but the bag is just the best.

Linda said...

Love Elizabeth--can'1t wait to see it when you are done

Lisa said...

OH! I canNOT wait to be jealous of the Elisabeth cardi! Sooooo pretty and so my style in the multi-color. Remember the one I SHRANK?

Kristyn Knits said...

I'm totally lovin' your bag!! and I can't wait to see the masterpieces that come out of it.

kim said...

That bag!!!!

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