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Fiery Textures
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29 Responses

  1. M Ward

    Geeze, why am I so obsessed with knitting pictures? I could stare at them all day.

  2. KSee

    stunning. can’t wait to see the pictures of the Cardigan being modeled.

  3. gleek

    wow, that risotto looks TASTY! i love beets :)

  4. Zarah

    That cardigan looks awesome! I am speeding towards the finish on my orange Glee tee in Silky Tweed. After that, it’s on to some lovely brown socks and a beautiful green shawl – I can’t wait for the EARTH months to start!

  5. Josiane

    The cardigan looks great! I hope you’ll be able to finish on time; it would be so frustrating to be so close to done but not quite there yet when you’ll see your sister…
    Thanks a lot for the risotto recipe! I have yet to try cooking risotto, but I think this is going to change soon: this one really calls my name!

  6. whitney

    I really love the up close texture shots of the cardigan…I can’t wait to see it all finished up!

    I’ve totally failed at my plans for FIRE…I’ve not even finished a single repeat of the flame pattern for my fiery socks. Life had other things in mind for me these past couple of months, I suppose!

    I’m eagerly awaiting the EARTH element…earthy colors are my favorites.

  7. PrincessPea

    This looks gorgeous – the textural shots are fabulous! I’m looking forward to seeing more of this cardigan.

    I also use the Barbara Walker method for left-leaning stitches. I find it much neater.

  8. Hillary

    Wasn’t the Homespun Yarn Party fun? I went and got great stuff. I saw you arrive but I’m a dork so I didn’t say hi.

  9. Lisa

    Hope you finish the sweater in time. Looking forward to seeing the finished photos!

  10. Alice

    Gorgeous textures! I love that twisted stitch pattern!

    I am super excited for Earth. Green and brown are my favorite colors :)

  11. samantha

    god, i wish i could say the same about my printed silk cardigan… (i’m using the same yarn), yours looks lovely! can’t wait to see the full on!

  12. Genuine_Lye

    Pet. Pet. Pet.


    It looks…silky.

    But the food shot, honestly…well, I felt a little sick looking at it. But that’s just me and my weirdness.

  13. Jennifer

    I am such a goob. I put an “earth” pic in the PS pool on Project Spectrum the other day. I need to read instructions better. I am loving this twisted stitch. And now I’m off to read up on macro textural shots! :)

  14. mai

    wow, it looks so silky! i can’t wait to see the finished product.

  15. Nicole

    Love the gorge macro shots!

  16. Sarah

    Wishing you speedy needles

  17. Lin

    Doesn’t the cardigan look beautiful. Gorgeous colour. I have not done too well with my first months of project spectrum so will try better for the earth!

  18. connie

    Your shots of the cardigan are so beautiful. You’re such a talented photographer! And the beet risotto looks yummy. I’m always on the lookout for new and exciting risotto recipes. Thanks!

  19. stacey

    looking good. love the macro shots……another yummy way to use beets – i’ll have to go pick up that issue!

  20. Pam

    The cardigan is looking really good and I love the color.

    I was at the Homespun Yarn Party yesterday and I though you might be there as well but it was so crowded I gave up looking for anyone. But I did look at all the pretty, pretty yarn (and bought a bit).

  21. Rebecca

    Ha! Ha! I am more than ready to move on to EARTH colors :-)

  22. tina

    I meant to say earlier (and time flew) that the texture of the cardi is wonderful. The funny thing is the twisted stitch???? We have a new knitter at sunday group and her regular knitting looked like that until we watched her knit. :)

    Your risotto makes me hungry…………..I adore beets.

  23. Cara

    wow–always the most incredible photos!

  24. Jenna

    Your diligence and attention to detail on that cardi are paying off. The color, texture and stitches all look absolutely beautiful. I’m sure your sis will look stunning in it!

    Thanks for sharing the recipe, it looks yummy. I’m gradually slipping beets into foods to get Cobra to like them. He’s getting there :)

  25. Rowena Philbeck

    I love your pictures and your sweater. Its very beautiful. What a peaceful walk with your dogs.


  26. Kristin

    Gorgeous cardigan -can’t wait to see it properly finished.

  27. Bianca

    Oh wow–that risotto looks so good! I’ll have to try that recipe. Thanks for posting it.

  28. tiennie

    Beautiful knitting! Yummy food!

  29. Molly

    Thank you so much for posting your advice on the left-leaning stitches. Mine were more twisty on the left than on the right leaning sides of the diamonds. I’m so happy to have found your solution (via Connie and BW).

    And your pics are so tasty, thanks for those, too.

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