June 28, 2012

Photo time!

Me (June 3, 2012):

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A hummingbird:

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Cabled cardigan in progress (Ravelry link):

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One green striped sock (Ravelry link):

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Lace cardigan in progress (Ravelry link):

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Blue-ribbon socks at the fair (Ravelry link):

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Honorable Mention shawl at the fair (Ravelry link):

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Category: Blog, Handmade 7 comments »

7 Responses to “June 28, 2012”

  1. Dan

    Great photos!

  2. Chrisentiae

    Friday 29 June 2012

    Hi Kara,

    Your fab fabric creations … another string to your bow!

    I have a store bought cardigan of sorts that looks similar to your “Cabled Cardigan”. It can be seen in my background photos here:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/chrisentiae1964?feature=mhee

    Your “Cabled Cardigan” looks really nice, almost medieval … “Good Queen Kayray”! ;)

    I’ve tried several times to make my own clothes with varying success. I like the originality and creativeness of it all.

    Here is my top that keeps me warm when it gets really cold in winter, for outdoors only and designed so I can still play my guitar when I perform.

    http://www.ropeyheads.com/showthread.php?tid=41&pid=61#pid61

    I love your green socks, makes me think that you can wear those and fly around like a pixie or faerie!!! :D

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    I have almost completed listening to Absolute Zero, and it makes me laugh along sometimes when you get spirited away into the story, especially when you have a cheer squad in the background joining you … I may finish that tonight and start on Bagthorpes Unlimited. :D

    It is really cool you kept these and are sharing them!

    Ta ta for now,

    Chrisentiae

  3. Janelle

    Good Morning,
    I just wanted to tell you how much we enjoy listening to your books on Librivox – I homeschool my 4 children and we listen to many audio books to compliment our curriculum. You are, hands down, our favorite reader!
    Thank you for taking the time you do!!

    Blessings,
    Janelle

  4. lindsay (melbourne Australia)

    Hi kara, what a shock about the stroke hope you look after yourself and make a full recovery. you need to put your feet up and pat that cat a lot more. great to see the pics.
    Can’t wait to hear the rest of L O T R. What a mammoth effort, congrates on winning the knitting prize. Lindsay

  5. Chrisentiae

    Hi Kara,

    I just finished listening to Book 2, LOTR … and made you a thank you e-card!

    http://i.imgur.com/dkhIw.jpg

    Fingers crossed the image gets displayed, and if not, Kara please edit this post so that it does. Thanks. :)

  6. Silvia

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for those wonderful audio books you gifted all of us.

    We enjoyed your OIS very much.

  7. Shelly

    I have those same glasses! Great pictures! I wish I could knit.


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