Saturday, 6 July 2013

FNWF for July... My Efforts

The knitting is coming along well... love the colours... as I am not a great knitter, I'm calling this the 'rustic look'!
The yarn is fatter in some parts of the length, it doesn't always sit well, but it will suit me just fine... don't you love my use of all the correct knitting terminology?!
Had some important back repair/knitting/sport viewing sustenance too...
 Looks like lots of people had a great time over at Cheryll's... thanks for having us!
To see what everyone else got done, pop over HERE... be prepared to see lots of wonderful blogs, there are over 50 names!! Woo Hoo!

36 comments:

Christine M said...

It's looking great Anthea.

shez said...

well done Anthea it looks fantastic.xx

Noela said...

Love the wool you are using. Couldn't join in last night as I had relatives staying. Hope I can make it next time. Hugs....

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

LOVE the colours in your Wool. Have a great weekend, hugs

Susan said...

You look like a speed knitter to me.....maybe it was chocolate fuelled.

Anita said...

I love that you've done some knitting Anthea!!! It's great!!! I do like the colours too and it will be good to use for our brrrr...cold weather right now.
Cheers, Anita.

Helen said...

Your knitting looks perfect! I have a knitting project on the go too, a cardigan for my little girl. I have managed to make one front panel too long and have to unpick down to below the armpit. Aaargh!!

Maria said...

Such pretty wool Anthea and it is knitting up beautifully.

Fiona said...

looks great... I like those fancy long stitches... wonderful sewing with so many of us...
Hugz

Cheryll said...

I've caught the knitting bug too... no luck finding the wool I was after today though! Oh well... there are more shops! Thanks for your company... and hope the back feels better too :)

kiwikid said...

Love the wool - those "texturey" kind of wools are the best I think!!

Michelle Ridgway said...

Love it!! That yarn is just beautiful. It will be so lovley when it is finished.

Heather said...

Well done, I'm loving the colours.

marina said...

the scarf is coming together beautifully. Great job!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Very nice too...

Susan said...

Lovely colours sin that wool - and its so relaxing to knit for a bit.

Cross Stitch Crazy Mum said...

very pretty!

Melanie K said...

I totally understand the terminology - looks great :)

Mistea said...

Nice to see I had some clicking good company. Love your scarf in that pretty yarn.
Enjoy Sunday

suzitee said...

Your scarf is very pretty Anthea! With the chill in the air today, you had better keep going... brrrrrr!

kim said...

You've managed a fair bit of knitting on your scarf Anthea.......love the colour of that yarn. x

Charlie and Wendy said...

Your knitting is looking lovely, gorgeous colours. xx

Farm Gate Creations said...

Gorgeous wool, your scarf is going to look amazing.

katherine said...

Your scarf looks fantastic! Love that wool. Might have to spin some lol

cucki said...

Wow it's is looking so sweet..
Love cucki xxx

Carol said...

Looks lovely and warm,thanks for dropping in on my blog.
Love Carol xxx

Julia said...

Love the scarf...your knitting looks perfect to me, also love the colour.
Julia ♥

Christina Street said...

Hi Andrea, just returning your visit.. Nice yarn, love the colours.. I especially love cot quilt you made for your nephew, given me some inspiration to make something in a similar style for my (maybe) ggrandchildren in the future.. Hugs, Christina.. :)

Nicky said...

Lovely Anthea, pretty colours, sustenance looked good too...

Quilting Chemist (Danette) said...

I love the colors and I think that stitch shows off the yarn beautifully...great job!

Wendy B said...

isn't 'chunky' a correct knitting terminology??? hee hee.....looks fab Anthea....considering the pain you've been in, you've done a fab job....now, I'm off to see the others!
xox sugary hugs
wendy :O)

Helen said...

The colours are great and the stitch looks fantastic. :-)))

Karen said...

I love the rustic look and the knitting terminology is very impressive.

Lin said...

Just starting to catch up after our family visitors have left although now have a bad back - my first so now I know what everyone feels like when they are suffering! Lots of lovely work Anthea Antheabut shame about the iron. I love the scarf - beautiful colours.

Sharmayne said...

Welcome to the world of yarn.....looks like you are doing a great job, and since you have made it that far, I'm thinking you will be hooked LOL. Hugs. Sharm

Kaisievic said...

That scarf is going to be so pretty when it is finished.

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