Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Slowly but Surely

I am knitting away on my Quill. I am making it out of 100% alpaca and it is just so soft. I have really enjoyed the simplicity of this knit. I haven't had much time to work on it because we have been doing a lot of entertaining lately. I tried working on it out by our camp fire last night, but it was too dark :(


I have been switching between my Quill and my EZ Camping Shawl.  I can't wait to have this shawl finished and blocked out.  Slowly by surely I know it will get done.


15 comments:

karen said...

I wish you lived next door, then we could sit and knit together and I could admire your projects in person! Love the projects :)

Debbie said...

love those colors, i would like to learn but i'm not sure my hands would cooperate!!

these are soooo soft & pretty!

Joy said...

How beautiful, I love the colors!

Amy Caroline said...

Gorgeous! And the alpaca! That is going to be pure heaven to wear.

elizabeth said...

these are so beautiful!!!

bookworm-Mary said...

The natural tone colors are so beautiful!! Thank you for the reminder that simple & natural is just as pretty as the bright colors :)

EMMA said...

Beautiful knitting, and how wonderfully those colors go together.

Hannah@HomeBaked said...

Such gorgeous projects! I adore alpaca yarn, I could sit and stroke it all day and not get bored.

Kaiya said...

Mmm, pure alpaca is pure loveliness. Are you knitting the Quill as a shawl or as a blanket? Love the colors you chose for the EZ shawl too!

Katie said...

The yarn color are beautiful together, I love alpaca yarn! The birds in the picture are adorable as well!

Of Wool and Loveliness said...

Agreed! I am loving these colors together. Your projects look amazing.

Kimberlyn said...

I absolutely love the colors of these two projects. They are perfect together.

DeniseinVA said...

It is beautiful, I really admire your talent to put this together.

Nancy said...

Wow -- I love the colors and the intricate design. I wish I had the talent and the patience. :)

skjevikhuset said...

Oh, I loooove your knitting!! Nice blog btw! :)