Saturday, July 11

Nefertiti Wrap

Yarn used: 5 1/2 balls Schachenmayr nomotta Bamboo

14 comments:

Lily said...

It's very beautiful! What size of needle you used?

Annie said...

Thanks Lily! I used 3.5mm needle.

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solange said...

Beautiful, beautiful, Annie.
The color and the model is beautiful.
Congratulations!
Bjs
Solange Cristiny

Annie said...

Bjs,
Thanks!! hehe this is my favourite colour!!

Eliana said...

Wow, Annie.. I was so anxious to see it on your blog! I love their work and their choices. Yeah, this shawl is worthy of a queen...You! hehehe. Very well done, my dear friend.

Annie said...

Hi Eliana, Thanks!! :) I updated at Ravelry when I was travelling and almost forgotten to blog here!! This is a very interestng wrap!! When printing the pattern, I was a bit nervous when I saw so many charts written in the pattern but it's very easy to follow. I like the construstion of this wrap and I enjoyed the most knitting it!!

Judy said...

Oh, Annie! I love this shawl! The color and pattern stitch is just beautiful.

R a i n said...

It's so exquisite!!! I love it!

Tricô da Minie said...

Hi Annie!
This my first time here...
I love your blog, you have beautiful designs and photos are excellent.
Congratulations!

Annie said...

Hi Judy&Rain, thanks, i love it too! it's very well written pattern!!

Hi T.d.Minie, thanks and welcome to my blog!! You have lovely FOs too!

Vish said...

wow... looks amazing, wish I knew how to knit as well...

um, seem to be all over your blogs today - you're a wonderful homemaker! i only came across your blog searching for how to plant kangkung in UK!

Annie said...

Hi Vish, Thanks for dropping by! oh you want to plant kangkung in UK!! hahaha maybe you can plant during summer!! You can get the seeds and it's very easy to plant.

Vish said...

haha, yeah thats the plan! will do so as soon as it gets warmer as it's still chilly - perfect weather for all your lovely knits! Have to say looking at your creations make me wish I knew how to knit! looks really complicated though, admire your attention to detail.