Knitting it up!

I have been knitting up my hanspun!  This is the Morning Surf scarf and it is an enjoyable knit! (I could tell you of some people that could be descibed as the same!)
I now have to spin up the other half of the yarn so I can complete the project.
This morning, issue four of the Inside Loop went live and this is the Esme Hat I am using some more of my special handspun to make a hat for someone special….

There is another reason I am blogging and that is to tell you that I have an article published in that online Magazine.  It’s all about photographing your handknits, you may find it interesting…would you like the link? Oh OK then…here you are! Clicky
This is a big step for me as I’ve not had my words published before…..well only on here lol
Don’t forget to come back here and tell me what you think though will you?
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About picperfic

I dye luxurious fibre blends for spinners and felters, and sew beautiful bags, project bags and needle/hook organisers to a very high standard, using designer fabrics and then I photograph them!
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13 Responses to Knitting it up!

  1. Thimbleanna says:

    Excellent Job Marianne! I picked up some great tips (like the one about the umbrella!) Thanks!

  2. sue says:

    The scarf and hat both look so nice. I am off to read the tips now.

  3. hakucho says:

    Love your morning surf scarf…very pretty!Congrats on your first published article 🙂 Very nice job…lots of fabulous tips. I bookmarked it for future reference 🙂 I can use all the help I can get!

  4. Marianne says:

    Your Morning Surf is going to be so beautiful! Looks like Springtime.Love the Esme, you really do spin such lovely yarn.Congrats on your article!

  5. jayne says:

    Marianne, I loved your article. Well done! Some very useful tips. I only have a tiny digital camera but I’m thinking of upgrading. I know I have a photographer husband, but he always gets too technical!

  6. Rosie says:

    Your handspun yarn looks so good! And the article is going to be so helpful.

  7. sweetpea16 says:

    Thank you for that great article!!! I’ve been taking a photography class for several weeks now and all I should have done was wait for your article hehehe. The folks in that class do not really appreciate that all my assignments are yarn/roving related… they just don’t get it hehehe.

  8. Lin says:

    I really liked your article,well done! The handspun is looking lovely.

  9. KSee says:

    Very good article, got some explainations on what I do wrong as well as new tips.Loving all you new handspun yarn. All the colors are beautiful

  10. It’s a very good and helpful article. Especially the bits about photography indoors at this time of year!

  11. tiennie says:

    Pretty work! Congratulations on being published. Am off to read your article. 🙂

  12. silverpebble says:

    Marianne, you’ve been doing such beautiful knitting! Just stunning. That scarf is especially lovely. Many thanks for the recipe. Emma x

  13. Lupie says:

    How great it must feel to make something with your own yarn! Congratulations and thank you for the great tips. I hope to improve my blog pictures with your help.

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