just so green

Friday, March 06, 2009

It just so happens that my new project is green.  

And it just so happens that one day this will become
this.  One day.  
Have yourself a wonderful weekend!

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67 comments

  1. wow......love the green.

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  2. Oh, LOVE. That is gorgeous yarn, gorgeous colour, and a gorgeous pattern! Although I feel that someone with -ahem- hips like mine should probably not wear a peplum (which is obviously no reason for anyone else to avoid them!)

    Sorry - I'm a chronic lurker and I don't think I've commented before. I'm Alison, and I stumbled across your blog a couple of weeks ago. No idea how! But I love it. :) Your photos and your words both.

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  3. i've got to start knitting so I can make great clothes like this. love the green. I bet it will go with everything in your closet.

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  4. Love the green and love the pattern! Way too cute.

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  5. mmm that yarn looks divine...

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  6. Oh, this is going to be a beautiful sweater. I just love the pleated flare.

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  7. looking forward to watching your progress! welcome back to your home and your blog.

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  8. What an adorable sweater. Love that green, too!

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  9. i can't wait to see this on you! lovely color.

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  10. What a beautiful color and style - can't wait to see it finished. Thanks for the link.

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  11. What a lovely, unique sweater pattern! More details? The yarn you've chosen is nice also.

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  12. Such a perfectly fresh, springy green. And a gorgeous pattern. Enjoy your knitting!

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  13. The perfect green for spring!
    Looking forward to seeing it when you finish knitting. :)

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend too!

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  14. I love that green... gorgeous color and pattern. Can't wait to see more!

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  15. Lovely - makes me want to knit something green...

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  16. mmm, that yarn looks yummy! :)

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  17. adorable--i love how you're knitting sweaters for yourself!

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  18. Love the Plisse - it will look great on you! I'm knitting my first Hanne right now - a Mermaid - totally inspired by your Ballerinas!

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  19. You are freaking me out right now Leslie because this is the ONLY HF pattern that has ever interested me!!

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  20. one stitch at a time, yeah! Happy weekend L.

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  21. what a gorgeous shade of green.

    one day. i tell myself that one day i will make something like that. until then i will just sit back and watch you.
    :-)

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  22. looks like lots of tiny stitches to me...What size are those needles? It will be lovely when you finish it! The color is perfect! Green is one of my favorite colors.

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  23. What gorgeous yarn! It's funny; I started a green sweater, too, and almost, almost thought it was the same yarn! That would have been funny - instead of just copying you all the time, I'd be turning into you! Or something. Anyway, mine was Elsebeth Lavold, so... not the same. But still. I'm getting there! Just call me mini-me. (Or mini-you.) (Well, more like maxi.) OK. Maybe I shouldn't post comments after a second glass of wine. Nightie-night.

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  24. Very pretty design, I really like the pleats on the bottom.

    Go green! :)

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  25. Green's a great color at this time of the year where everything is white and pale and fade... Looking forward to spring!!! Very nice combination of colors in that yarn. It looks promising!

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  26. I love the way the sweater flares out at the bottom. You really pick some great patterns, very modern designs. Happy Knitting!

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  27. You, my friend, will look stylin' in your spring green these warm & wonderful days that lie ahead of us. What a soft, gentle, LIFE color! You've an eye for the good stuff. Jam the weekend! :)

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  28. That is some springy yarn...exactly perfect for this time of year!

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  29. ooohh that looks nice where you got the pattern from?

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  30. such tiny needles - so brave ... it will look wonderful though.

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  31. Oooh, another Hanne sweater. You are so patient. The color is going to be beautiful on you.

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  32. okay...this sweater will be gorgeous,and just in case this becomes another one you won't wear...send it to me :)

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  33. Oh I love this! And the pattern is so you!

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  34. Love the color and the pattern! Looking forward to seeing the finished result.

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  35. beautiful colour and pattern, as usual! And the style is so you!

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  36. What a perfect spring knit!

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  37. Oooh, very nice shade of green and yet again you are knitting something that I would like to wear. You have such good taste!

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  38. Great green and pattern, can't wait to see it. I have a question...will there ever be a Libby sweater in an adult size? I have a granddaughter that is the size of the pattern but her sister is tall and would need an adult size. Your work is beautiful...I've made about 20 of your toasty mitts, they are a much loved gift.

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  39. ooh! That is a great green.

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  40. I love the peplum on that cardigan.

    I have a Spring cardigan of a similar color that, I am ashamed to say, I began LAST Spring. For shame...

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  41. Hi! I just discovered your blog--I love the sweater you just started--so pretty! I recently started my own blog (http://cheerfulknitter.blogspot.com) about sweater knitting and life. I'm looking forward to following yours-good luck!

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  42. What a gorgeous green -- that will be such a pretty sweater!

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  43. This is going to be so beautiful! Love the pattern/yarn/color combo!

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  44. That sweater is going to be amazing! The color is wonderful!

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  45. my new project is green, too! (you're not surprised are you?)

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  46. That is a beautiful green. Such a great color to bring in spring...

    Andrea

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  47. Very springy green... ah, spring... it will come, eventually, right?

    Happy knitting-
    ali

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  48. I love the pattern. So pretty. And yes, my FAV color is the light green just like the sweater.

    I just to read your blog!

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  49. so so pretty.. need that green! I'm so ready for spring!

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  50. Love it! Can't wait to see it evolve.

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  51. Oh, the details on that are just exquisite and the colour is divine!

    [I tried emailing you to say thanks for your lovely comment about our photo blog, but it bounced back twice.]

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  52. fabulous color and sweater ! i'm sure it will become another fabulous leslie knit!

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  53. Anonymous3/12/2009

    Oh! That is my ABSOLUTELY favorite color! Can you tell us more about the yarn?

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  54. This is realy beautiful, I hope that you can wear this lovely green vest soon!! (I love green too, my eyes look more green when I wear it..)

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  55. I have some yarn that color that will eventually get started into a sweater for me...a real cute one. I have to finish hubby's sweater first....it is killing me thinking about that green yarn waiting!

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  56. Hi! I loved it! I'm brasilian and I am not here to buy this pattern, so I want to know if you can send me by email email.My: efguimaraesl@ig.com.br
    I would be very thanks.
    Your blog and your work are wonderful.
    Kisses from Brazil

    Eliane

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  57. I have no doubt that the outcome will be gorgeous!

    You have a wonderful weekend too!

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  58. been stalking your blog for a few days now.... just addded as an actual follower... would love to get my hands on this pattern... where can i get it? your end result was stunning

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