Saturday, April 16, 2011

Maia on me

If you click on the second photo to biggify, you can see the beads. That's as good as I could get for now.

14 comments:

sheeps and me said...

What a beautiful job you did Michelle. I love the color.

Anonymous said...

I don't knit, I crochet, but that is gorgeous! (Wonder if that pattern could be crocheted?) I'm finishing up a baby blanket today so off to do that -- only four more rows. Hope you enjoy your beautiful finished project.

Jean - MN

Theresa said...

It looks lovely!

melanie said...

Simply stunning!

Ruth @ Hope, Joy and Faith Farm said...

I agree with "sheeps", I love the colors... beautiful work! I admire your skills.

Deb W said...

That is gorgeous. Way beyond my ability. Combination of color, pattern and execution - beautiful.

(Suggestion: Submit to Spin-Off. I'm serious)

Nancy K. said...

It turned out BEAUTIFULLY Michelle! Lovely color on you as well. Wear it with pride!

Michelle said...

Thank-you, everyone! I did enjoy wearing it very much. We may run to the coast this afternoon, so I may try to pull off "casual" with it. (Remember, I'm new to this shawl business!) Yesterday at church several women who were at the women's retreat and saw me knitting on Maia there came up and admired the finished project.

And Deb, I didn't spin the yarn, so I'm not sure Spin-Off would be interested. I do have a subscription now, thanks to a dear friend....

Dianne@sheepdreams said...

It's just beautiful, Michelle. You did a fantastic job. Love the shawl pin, too.

Kara said...

VERY NICE!

Deb W said...

OK...Interweave Knits then!

Diane said...

Looks fabulous! Where it with a strut! :)

Kelly Bartels said...

It's even more beautiful draped on you than it was before!! I am a bit disappointed we don't get to see your head...lol

Marie said...

Beautiful!!