Thursday, November 10, 2011

More Beautiful Spinning And Knitting

Remember this yarn?



Yep, it's a finished sweater now.



A beautiful hand spun and hand knit sweater.

I stole this picture off Ravelry this morning. I think Becky needs to come down for an actual "sheep to sweater" photo shoot with Petunia.

"Petunia, you distract her and I'll grab the sweater!"

14 comments:

Christine said...

Wow, LOVE IT!!!!! I dream of wearing my Sophia one day.

Alice said...

Beautiful sweater! Becky, you’ve done Petunia proud. That’s a creation tied with heartstrings.

Sheepmom said...

What a beautiful piece of work! Kudos on the spinning AND knitting. Yes, you must get a photo of the sweater and the sweater-ee together.
Very inspiring!

Lori Skoog said...

Gorgeous!

Michelle said...

I can't decide if all these fabulous projects you show on your blog are inspiration or discouragement!

Terry and Linda said...

Love your top photo and the sweater...DOUBLE WOW!

Linda
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Courtney said...

Oh gosh...as a spinner and a knitter...I'm in awe. I need to treat myself to a whole bunch of roving and spin and knit myself something to wear! I'm inspired!

Jennie C said...

Beautiful!!!!

Terry said...

Wow!

Tiggeriffic said...

I have the knitting bug.. Am sewing head warmers for my grandgirls for Christmas.. That sweater is awesome.. Good Job`!
Have a great day ~ ta ta for now from Iowa:)

thecrazysheeplady said...

I'm working on a B. Willard sweater right now. Not as fancy as Becky's, but will be a great barn sweater for winter. I love not only spinning and knitting it all myself, but also knowing which sheep I'm wearing :-D.

small farm girl said...

Beautiful!

cyndy said...

Gorgeous....

fleece and stitches...

always makes me sigh in awe of what can be produced from a field of green grass and sheep ;-)

flowerweaver said...

Lovely! You should aim to have one sweater from each of your sheep, so that you can wear them all!

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