Sunday, 21 November 2010

Making a knitting pattern

I have been making a proper pattern of my confetti-coloured 'Riches to Rags' scarf (previously discussed in this post) for a sweet lady I met recently who loves to knit for relaxation and is going through a very difficult time in her life.
I'll put it in the etsy shop one day soon too, although I can't make pdf files yet and don't think that anyone on my side of the equator is going to be remotely interested anyway in these particularly glorious last days of spring.

And speaking of knitting, here is a photo of my minimalist (ha!) lounge room. Kind of like Where's Wally, see if you can spot the beautiful knitted tree cushion by Sara Carr which my brother bought for me.

(A highly appropriate gift considering that a few months before he took my Sara Carr pencil scarf before I ever got to wear it. Surely he must be the only six feet plus dark hairy male in the whole world who has ever worn that item.)


pilgrim said...

i LOVE that scarf of yours. in fact its kinda burning me up inside that i can't knit :(

jen storer said...

What a lovely post and what gorgeous pics! All that scrumptious colour. It nearly makes me jump for joy! I could never ever be a minimalist. ;) jxx

renilde said...

I can recognize your style in your happy, colourful lounge.
Your scarfs are special.

Sandra Eterovic said...

Thank you so much for your generous comments Pilgrim, Jen, Renilde and Rigel (Rigel for some reason yours didn't publish - ?).

Pilgrim I can really see now that the colour palette is very "you"!

And Jen -- DOWN with minimalism!!!!

Elaine Prunty said...

hello and long time no comment here ms eterovic, i've been keeping a speedy eye on the going's on here but never had much time to stop and comment , thankfully my latest project is finished and i'm a little do you spell that ???
anyway your home looks like the perfect spot for a chat and an ouzo..i'll be round in 5 ,,,.your brother couldn't really be a biker could he?
i envy you your's getting colder and colder here.

Sandra Eterovic said...

Dear Elaine,
It's SOOOOOO lovely to hear from you! There has been many a time when I have wondered how you are, and then I have gone back to my work and not actually LOOKED (she writes sheepishly). And I have been thinking of you too, with Ireland in the news these days. I do hope that considering the circumstances, a project finished and the wintry weather you will come down and visit soon for an ouzo, or at least a cup of tea.
Give it some thought.