Thursday, 23 August 2012

Worth it

It doesn’t matter how warm wool yarn feels between your fingers in the summer

or how many times you had to go shopping for another colour of yarn

or how many yarn ends you have to weave in

or how difficult it is to photograph colour,
 

or how many times you had to frog those finishing stitches;

when you see the finished garment on your little model/recipient

it’s all worth it.

13 comments:

  1. Your little moel looks adorable Nina Lise! It must be fun to knit for a happy receipient!

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  2. Superläcker overall. Babyn är så söt!

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  3. Ohhh, that is so lovely. And even better on - great photo. I just want you to know that you do not have to weave in ends. Use spit splice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uLiFOVmcUU&feature=related
    It actually works on superwash too - I did it with lanett, sock yarn and other superwash yarns. Just a tip for stripe knitting!!!

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  4. Oh my! So adorable! The romper and your new grandson!

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  5. very cute. I love that smile!

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  6. Oooh he is sooo cute. I need me one of these while walking in the winter! xox

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  7. You have such talent! He looks so sweet and snuggly ~
    :-}pokey

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  8. I hope he is a snuggly boy, for it would be hard to resist scooping him up for some baby love!

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  9. What a beauty, and the outfit, too. I love the smile you made there, on that cutie. You are good at that!
    Hugs

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  10. Kule dress til en super skjønne gutt :) Ha en flott og kreativ helg!

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  11. Så nydelig den dressen ble, og veldig fint å få det røde bare oppe. Og for en skjønn unge;)

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  12. Skjönner godt du er fornyöd med dressen, og resten.. :-)
    Jeg vet ikke hvordan jeg endrer no reply på min blogg, så om du har tips tar jeg gjerne imot. Tror jeg har forsökt det meste, men tydlig fungerer det ikke.:-(
    Ha en fin helg.

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