Oh Lady Eleanor…

Oh Lady Eleanor… how much I adore her!
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I have finished the knitting part, single crocheted the edges and attached all 52 fringes:

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I almost don’t want to knot the fringes… as if I am afraid she will leave me as soon as I am done with her.
Will you believe me that I felt a little lost when I finished the last tier of rectangles..?

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I love love love this pattern SO MUCH, that without even finishing it, I immediately purchased a new colorway and casted on quickly, like a girl madly in love hasting to be reunited with her lover.
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Tackling the Fitted Sleeve Cap

Oh boy… not easy this one… Many thanks to those who have given me tips about the fitted sleeve cap! I really needed that, as I am just a beginner knitter and have no experience with sowing and putting together garments.

Allthough I am having a hard time putting the sleeve together, I must say, I have learned a whole lot. This whole thing has forced me to look at sleeves and sleeves cap in a different way. Not a day goes by or I am looking at many women’s tops that flauntingly walk by me. And of course my eyes are locked on the sleeves… I stare at their shape, want to take it off of the garment and lay it flat just to see how they are “engineered”.

This is how far I am with my sleeve. Just a little bit more and I have reached the horizon.
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Oh, I almost forgot! I just posted the pdf.file of Fingerless glove Seattle! Click here to go to the page.

Happy knitting!

3 Responses to Oh Lady Eleanor…

  1. Becky says:

    I love the Lady Eleanor(s). They’re so pretty. What yarn are you using?

  2. Edith van Dijk says:

    O,wauw Nancy ik sta elke versteld van je breiwerk. Moooooooooooooieeeeeeeeee sjaal
    mijn complimenten, stuur mij ook die patroon. Ha hahahahahah. Echt een sjaal voor a Lady. Succes verder.

  3. margaretross says:

    Nancy — about sleeves: Sometimes my gauge changes a bit from sleeve to sleeve. One time I was real stressed and my second sleeve turned out MUCH smaller than the first. From then on, I have always knitted both at the same time.

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