Saturday, August 23, 2008

Something finished.


23 comments:

Amy Lane said...

Wow. That's amazing. Seriously--gorgeous.

(Mate said 'Ouch. That looks painful. That's awesome.'
I said, 'You know she does this partially as therapy for her hand.'
He said, 'Her hand? What about her eyesight!'. Ah, the joys of getting older.)

Alwen said...

It's a pleasure to know you.

TinkingBell said...

Unbelievably gorgeous, beautiful and painstaking! (I just muttered things and hoped one day I'd be able to do that!)

And I loved the spinning tutorial - I have avoided spinning - I'm a bit worried that I don't really need yet another obsession and outlet for the credit card to be used!

debbie said...

WOW....just wow!

Tina - omme i London aka teeweewonders said...

WOW - that's one hell of a piece of work! Well done you; what talent!

Anonymous said...

oooh, how pretty!!! Great job!!

Trish

Barbara said...

Holy cats! It's beautiful. And you do this for therapy? Knitting makes my hands hurt. What am I doing wrong?

Anonymous said...

That is beautiful. I wish I was related to you so I could get such gifts.

Pam

Jen Anderson said...

Holy cow!

Bells said...

Gorgeous Julie. Well done. It's stunning and I'm seriously impressed!

MrsFife said...

Adbhutam!

Galad said...

A second Wow - what a beautiful piece of work.

Elizabeth said...

holy crap, you made that? that's amazing, that makes the doilies my nana makes pale in insignificance, that is...wow

in other words good job :)

Liz said...

That's gorgeous; so elegant.

Lola said...

Wow . . . lovely!

Rose Red said...

god, that's gorgeous. Just totally totally awesome.

walterknitty said...

That is incredibly beautiful. Amazing work.

Donna Lee said...

You finished that so quickly. It's gorgeous. I'd frame it and put it on the wall for fear that someone would get it dirty and then I'd have to kill them.

Roxie said...

A-fucking-mazing! And you knocked that out in a matter of days! You're not really from this planet, are you?

Terby said...

Pretty! Did you starch it, or is that just freshly blocked?

Anonymous said...

how beautiful. i wish we lived close so i could get you to coach me!

i'm currently struggling with my first piece of lace -- a wedding shawl for my niece, who designed and is making her own gown.

that is, i'm making it if i can ever get past freaking row 11!!!

--ellen in indy

NeedleTart said...

Stunning! Simply stunning.

Catie said...

so pretty