Saturday, November 26, 2011

knitting factory

My friend Lisa taught me how to knit last year, and so, this year, everyone gets scarves for Christmas. I've already given a few, which I wish I had photographed, and I'm working on one for Peter, where I purl as well as knit and which is taking forver as I find purling very awkward. I call the scarf I'm kitting for Peter Take Five.
And these are, from left to right: Atlantic, Bluebird, Lollipop, Magic, Bandelier, Blonde, and Abby.
A name seems to pop into my mind as I knit: I wish the same would happen for paintings.
Below is the tag I've made to attach to my offerings.

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Maria's Watercolor said...

They are beautiful, such nice gifts!

Linda Young said...

I agree, they really are beautiful as so colorful. Your gift recipients should love them. Your names are great!

cathyswatercolors said...

Laura, your scarves are lovely,especially the color combos.. I haven't been blogging lately so i did a bitof a catch up on your paintings and photos of N.M. beautiful,my sister and her family just moved there. Beautiful

Barbara M. said...

Wow! They are gorgeous Laura. I love the names. Sometimes I have to name paintings before I've begun to paint them. I submit the names and sizes, then do the work. It is very odd.

Love your work.

XO Barbara

Gwen Buchanan said...

Wow!!! These are gorgeous .. Color texture, and warmth.. everything we need for the cold days of winter