Monday, March 17, 2014

From Under The Burled Arch

The name of the pattern is Sweet Dreams and that's still how I sort of feel about getting it finished before the Red Lantern was extinguished.  I just love it.










41 comments:

Andee said...

It is a work of art!!!!! I love it!

Willow said...

What a beautiful design !

Marcy Doane said...

SOOOOO Beautiful!

DianeOart said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!!

aarond said...

Very beautiful!

small farm girl said...

Wow! You did a really good job! That's very pretty!!!!

Lori Skoog said...

You outdid yourself! Why am I not surprised. How is A(Maisie)ing doing?

Michelle said...

It's gorgeous, and perfectly photographed – as usual. What a treat to see!

DFW said...

Very, very pretty!

I need orange said...

Gorgeous. Wow. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Far Side of Fifty said...

It is just beautiful!! :)

Alice said...

Stunning!!! So happy you finished the challenge!!
Lucky St Francis :-)

Eleanor P said...

Beautiful sweet dreams!

Maureen said...

Incredible Sarah! It is so beautiful, and those photos are magical. Congratulations!

Miha Giustina said...

Oh Sara, this is such a delicate and airy lace! I especially like the shot where the shawl covers the lamb in the palm of St. Francis's hand (if that is a lamb and the saint is St. Francis:-).

Tombstone Livestock said...

Once again Sara you Rock!!! That is Awesome.

Pam said...

Gossimer perfection.

flowerweaver said...

Beatuiful!--both the shawl and photos!

littlehawkyarns said...

Really pretty. How much yardage did you end up with in there?

MarmePurl said...

Just as stunning as I knew it would be.
(and I rather like you model too)

Shine said...

Wow!!! So beautiful!! And I can't believe your spun all that yarn! Bravo!! You're my hero!! I might attempt spinning the yarn for a shawl, but I can't spin lace yarn....it's gorgeous.
Blessings~~Shine

CathyD. said...

All I can say is WOW! Just stunning. congratulations.

schoonoverfarm said...

Gorgeous!

Keechy said...

So pretty!

ms lottie said...

Are you glad you persevered? You should be because it's beautiful. Heirloom stuff, the kind you'd wrap precious bundles in.

Wol 'n Draad said...

Really lovely! So sweet!

Kellie from Indiana said...

Oh how delicate looking! And beautiful pictures as well. I can see a bride wearing that it is just so pretty!

Shelley said...

It must have been difficult to see what you were doing with such delicate yarn! Remind us whose fleece it is?

thecrazysheeplady said...

That's Keebler :-).

Sandra Morris said...

Beautiful!!

LannieK said...

Sara, it came out stunning!
Beautiful spinning ~Beautiful knitting! Very nice.
:-)

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

As usual, I am late to the party !! being on the other side of the land mass :)and your fans have said it ALL!!! Just wonderful. Now, the best part is keeping St Francis in the loop...and we all know why!

karen said...

beautiful! Love how airy and light it looks :)

Andrea Chalk said...

Gorgeous. You could sell a million of those things on Etsy.

Michelle said...

Andrea, you know how much she'd have to charge to get minimum wage for the hours it took to spin AND knit that???

Michaele said...

Those first two photos took my breath away!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Yeah, I have no future in knit sales. I am slow as molasses :-o.

Thanks for so many nice comments! The designer actually picked a photo to use on her pattern page. I was blown away!

Michelle said...

You shouldn't be (blown away). You are an accomplished knitter and a fantastic photographer!

Spinners End Farm said...

I agree with everyone! you are fantastic for many reasons Sara.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Absolutely lovely!!

Kim Goodling said...


So elegant.

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