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Blocking Bokeh
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18 Responses

  1. Dorothy

    I like how the sewing chart colour seems to blend with the Hoodie colour. It’s going to look amazing once it’s done.

  2. KaKi

    You know that is the clearest photo I’ve seen of blocking! Thanks! I have only had to block one sweater, and wasn’t sure if I was doing it “right”. Thanks for the photo assurance!!! Can’t wait to see the finished Hoodie!!!

  3. tina

    Thanks for the shout Lolly! I so loved your interview, thanks for your generosity!

    And I agree, the photos of the blocking process are OUTSTANDING!!! Not just the way the blocking shows off but the entire phots is tres artsy!

  4. Kessa

    Nice photos, Lolly. I love your photography tutorials and tips! I’m still drooling over the gorgeous color of your hoodie; it really shows off the cables and bobbles nicely. Can’t wait to see it all seamed up. Great interview too, btw!

  5. eyeleen

    love the bokeh of your photos. beautiful sweater!

  6. Moni

    Girl, we are on the same wavelength or something. I’ve been thinking alot about bokeh lately too. I spent all yesterday surfing the net and discovering more about it.

    Lovely pictures! The color of your Street smart hoodie is stunning. I can’t wait to see it finished!

  7. gleek

    hhmmm, i always wondered what that was called :) thanks for the info! i wish i had a camera that could accomplish it.

  8. Heather

    Love that bokeh effect, and that blue, that BLUE, it’s slaying me!

  9. Tally

    incredible, that even a picture of blocking (*I don’t like it*) can turn out into something especially beautiful and inspiring
    :-tally-:

  10. Rebecca

    Lovely blue! What is that you are blocking your hoodie on? And, which camera lens are you using for your close-ups?

  11. amisha

    these photos are lovely, as is your sweater… this has been on my to-knit list for so long! can’t wait to see the finished product :) xo

  12. Leslie

    thanks for the link to that interview! i love the story about the woman introducing herself on the street. see…i TOLD you that you are famous! :)

  13. scoutj

    Have you played with fake lens hoods yet with Christmas lights? You have to do that!!! ( like this one if you haven’t seen it – http://www.flickr.com/photos/scoutj/2110179015/) That’s some fun!!

    You’ve always taken such great pictures. I love seeing what you are working on in Flickr before it hits the blog. :)

  14. stacey

    I can’t wait!!!!!!!!

  15. jenna

    Blocking and bokeh! What a great post! :)

  16. Ruth

    Just wanted to let you know how much I’m enjoying your posts about photographing your knitting. After reading this post I was itching to experiment, and a snowed-in day gave me the chance. The best shot is here: http://flickr.com/photos/66064893@N00/2117113280/.

  17. courtney

    beautiful bokeh :)
    the sweater pieces look awesome…can’t wait to see it on you!

  18. teeweewonders

    I absolutely adore everything about this – the pattern, the yarn, the look, the feel (it looks gorgeous) and I sit here wondering why I never knit anything for myself!
    Well done you – I can’t wait to see it on.
    Oh – and Merry Christmas. :)

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