Sunday, January 30, 2011

Knit Scarf - New Year, New WIP

I am knitting a scarf using magic loop method. I have learned this method recently and found it's really easy to do, a comfortable feeling when knitting! I've also learned how to knit with DPNs, will try it in another project one day, but now I prefer this one. I'm so excited with my first knitting WIP!

I'm using Bernat worsted weight and 5.0mm circular needles, cast on 62 stitches and knit stockinette stitches in the rounds. Hope I will get it done soon, knitting is always an achievement to me when I finish something! :)

29 comments:

Lilybets said...

Hi dear, I was asking myself what you were doing!.You are creating !!!!.I'm happy you are involved in new technics and projects!.Enjoy uor new week!.

Paula said...

Thank you SO MUCH for leaving your comment on my blog.

I have been telling my husband about the different blogs I have been reading and where the people live. Then,I see that you live in VietNam.

WOW! This blog land really brings people from diffeent parts of the world together.

glor said...

Love the scarf. Knitting is very slow for me, something I have to look to do again sometime! Your bag in the post believe is gorgeous. Great work!

home made gorgeous said...

I really love your scarf it's gorgeous! You have picked up the knitting really quickly, I am so impressed! Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Sarah x

Pammy Sue said...

I love the colors of your scarf. I'm so impressed that you are knitting when you just learned to crochet! Maybe one day I'll give it a try too.

Clara said...

This is so pretty. You are one talented gal!

Denise said...

Very nice scarf. It's nice to learn new techniques. Looking forward to seeing your finish.

Devi said...

Love the details!!.. you know, I started to learn knitting first (through internet), but some how got diverted to crochet due to the patterns and the time it takes to finish. But love the knit works!....so I'm hoping to learn more of crochet and then get back to knitting some time in future :).. eagerly waiting to see your finished work!

Ames and Tash said...

Looks fantastic! You have come so far with your knitting! What a talented crafter!

Luna said...

Really good job! I like the colour and the weave you choose! For sure you are no more a beginner :)

Have a nice day!

lovestitch said...

Thank you ladies so much for all your lovely encouragements to my knitting project! That's really sweet! I do appreciate!!! :)
Wishing all the best to you all!
LS, xxx

Penelope said...

You really have been busy, well done for such advanced knitting for a newcomer to the craft of knitting ! xox

Shanti said...

I'm very slow with knitting too and can relate to that sense of acomplish when something is finished!! I like the stripes in your scarf!!
Thanks for your comment in my blog!

kasthurirajam said...

beautiful

susie said...

Wauw you are a talented girl !!
And your sac is SO beautiful crocheted !
Have a nice day .. :)

Sara said...

Looks good! Thinking about learning to knit next year in my soon to be 3rd grade daughters knitting club at school. Looks like fun!

Wendy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. I would have loved to reply and have a conversation but you are a no reply blogger so people can't respond to your comments. Let me know if you want to fix it and I'll tell you how.

Donna said...

My dear friend, this scarf is beautiful and with your encouragement, I think I will learn to knit!
Happy TET!
Blessings, Donna

nalinianbarasu said...

hi..........
beautiful work. My credits go to the bags of yours.

Lia said...

very nice colours!

annielizabeth said...

Oh, it's going to be so pretty. Great that you are learning to knit!

Michaja said...

You make such beautiful things! Your bags are just amazing!
Happy to have discovered your blog via link your stuff!
Have a great day
Michaja

Wendy said...

Hello, thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. OK, to fix the "no-reply blogger" is really easy. Go to your dashboard and click on "Edit Profile". The third tick box down is "show your email". Tick this box. Your email WILL NOT show up on your blog... but people can reply to your comments very easily and also you can win giveaways!!

lovestitch said...

Many thanks to lovely ladies for kind comments on my crafty work! I'm so happy to have you here! :)

lovestitch said...

Wendy: Wow, I've just done! Much easier than I thought! Thank you so much for the helpful tip! I really hope to win a giveaway, hehehe!!!

Teje said...

Hello! Your new scarf is wonderful! Really perfect work! I love the colour, too! Thank you for a tip to that magic loop!
Wishes from Teje

Faith said...

Thanks for popping over at my place...nice to hear from you as always...Got a Monday Meme going on you may be interested in...what is your joy, your simple abundance.

Blessings for your week....

Nimblefingerssteadyeyebrows said...

Fab scarf! I really need to learn the magic loop method- I'm certainly all about the circular needles. I have a baby Milo tanktop on mine at the moment. Laura x

Anonymous said...

I'm really happy that you've set up your own web resource and have factually posted your thoughts. I like your work and feel I can relate to what you've done. Lots of folks can't even imagine having such talent. I hope that you know how lucky you are. :) Good luck to you in all your objectives. :)

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