Sunday, April 30, 2006

Quick Knit

This was made with out any needles. I don't know if you can tell but it is a gradient yarn of red to grey to black. I'm going to wear it to my last knitting class, even though it wasn't my homework (I'm still working on that). My last class is on Tuesday.


Blogger Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

Is this another riddle? How did you make them is not with needles?
A form of braiding or lace making?

3:37 AM  
Blogger Your Favorite Wife said...

Did you finger-knit it? A lot of homeschooled kids learn how to do that, although Estelle didn't. Very nice though; I think that it would look good around the neck or as a belt.

6:24 AM  
Blogger fusionlin said...

A well complex and colorful handcraft ! do you really mean it's mostly likes pasta by food colors ? that's a cool and fun ideal.

11:51 AM  
Anonymous nico said...

hi gina '-'

droppin in to say hey ! and that i cant wait to catch up on your new crafts '-' my macs in the shop poopoo im in the corner store!

hope you are well :)

1:31 PM  
Blogger Lady K said...

I'm impressed. It takes me years to knit something to completion and I'm using needles.

I'm so glad you are enjoying your class.

9:18 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

tongue in cheek antiques - I guess it was a riddle wasn't it! The answer is fingers! You have inspired me to try some other ideas! Thanks.

your favorite wife - you are correct! It is a finger knit. Too bad I don't have more fingers on one hand, imagine what could be made! Your belt idea is a great suggestion, I hadn't thought of that!

fusionlin - thank you. No, I didn't dye it myself. I bought the yarn, and it fades from color to color.

nico -hi there! I hope your baby is returned to you in good health! I am well, hope you are too!

lady k - this finger knit a good method for quick turn around. I saw it on television believe it or not! I finished my knitting class tonight. I picked up a few more tricks and parted ways with the kind group of ladies, sniffle.

10:36 PM  
Blogger Bonfire Jones said...

Hi Gina, just wanted to stop by & say hello. I like your latest creations!

Hope all is well, Ed

8:00 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thanks bonfire jones! Doing okay yes, hope you are too.

2:20 AM  
Anonymous Scribbles & Bits said...

I am intrigued! I've never tried finger knitting because honestly I couldn't see how it would get good results. You have proven my skepticism unwarrented! Very lovely!!!!

11:06 AM  
Blogger Monica said...

everyone is Knitting! I decided on Embroidery and I did ONE thing

maybe i should knit but i think i would just make scarves...

9:14 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thanks scribbles! I'm so glad you like it, I think the serious colors help bring it up in sophistication...

Monica - there's nothing wrong with scarves, I love them! Love your latest pictures too : )

2:55 AM  
Anonymous cruststation said...

Wow, you are a quick learner...everything you knit looks so good. Wear a scarf in Spring? why not! It's really warm now in the UK.

9:01 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thank you cruststation - I think it's trying to get warmer here in Seattle USA but it hasn't quite made up it's mind yet!

2:32 AM  

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