Wednesday, November 14, 2007


A finished object - Juliet

Pattern details
Pattern source: Rialto book by Debbie Bliss
Yarn: James Brett Pure Merino DK in Black
Needles: 3.75 and 4mm
Started: August 2007
Finished: November 2007

Comments: Simple and very effective. The mindless garter stitch was worth it in the end.

Unfortunately I can't do Juliet justice photographically and black is hard to photograph as well. I was not sure about the shape of the garment at first but it has grown on me (in the space of half an hour!!) and I can see this will be in frequent use.

The photo below is for Rebbeca - now you see why I can't wear hats!!


Adrienne said...

That is VERY cute! ANd you have a LOT of hair!!!!

Anonymous said...

Well done for slogging through Juliet with all that black garter stitch. She looks absolutly fab.

Anonymous said...

Having seen Juliet in real life, she is beautiful. Great that Debbie didn't notice that you used different yarn!

ameliajjones said...

Just lovely! And wow, the hair! I have to get to see you again... Big hugs! x

sue said...

Beautiful, and yes I have to agree that black is very hard to photograph.

Poshyarns said...

Fantabulous hair! Hmmm, I see what you mean about hats though, it would have to be a very big hat....