Monday, January 18, 2010

No Dogs Were Harmed In the Taking of This Picture

Well, all my wonderful Sinsation yarn has been knit, and here is what I made:


 


Nevermind, the look on the model's face, it is a wonderful scarf!  So soft and with such a lovely sheen.  It looks SO much better in person, of course. 

Anyone wanna pool their funds and send me to a photography class or nine?  Okay, okay, I didn't think so . . . so bear with me, and I'll show you some more shots; maybe you'll be able to glean something from it if I show you lots of different pictures.

Perhaps a sun-drenched saint will wear it well:  



Nope, guess not.

Well, maybe if you get really, really close to it:




Well, whatever.

You'll just have to believe me. 

Luscious, luxury yarn + simple drop-stitch = lovely scarf.




11 comments:

bad penny said...

nope - the first one has it "in the bag"... or "round the neck" !

I love him !

Hey - I'm are thinking of running a "what would you play at your funeal"? blog post...
My daughter loves watching
"Random" stuff like The Breakfast Club with me - heaps of fun xx

tdjunkie said...

Looks like one happy warm dog to me :)

Weza said...

MMM Miss B would be loving that scarf. the colour, the texture, she would be in HEAVEN! You are very clever! I cannot knit to save myself.

Beansieleigh said...

I'm afraid I can't knit either. I can only crochet!.. But your scarf looks beautiful!.. So, did your baby get an extra treat for being such a good model? ~tina

Di in Indiana said...

BEAUTIFUL!!

Sares said...

It's beautiful! I once crocheted a scarf out of similar yarn for my sister and she loved it! The pictures look good to me, however the poor pup does look like he's being tortured! Evidently he didn't sign on to be a model when he agreed to have you as his human!

Amy@TheLemonCottage said...

What a fabulous scarf!
And such an adorable dog.
~Amy

RiverBend Farm said...

Just came across your blog..I find your models very interesting. I can't knit or crochet so I love seeing what others can do with their talent.
Berte
Texas

Rose said...

Beautiful scarf from the fingers of a beautiful person!

I love the color and can imagine the softness.

Is the scarf for you or do you plan to give it to someone else?

Rose

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