Sunday, 29 April 2012

Nordic Julekuler: "Eight-Petal Rose" (6/55) and "Mitten" (7/55)

Recently I have turned into a real knitted balls factory :) having fun and knitting my evenings away. Here are my new 2 Nordic balls:

  "Eight-Petal Rose" (6/55) - a widely recognized Scandinavian motif in all sorts of knitwear

and...

 "Mitten" (7/55)

With the 7th ball I have finally achieved a perfect round shape! Yay! Just compare these two:


and all my Julekuler I've knitted so far:


In the meantime a new ball is being knitted :)


Also I'd like to thank Mich for awarding me with a blog award

It's pleasure to receive this one! x x x

Tonight I'm joining Hand-made Monday. It's the 64th episode today and pop over to see what crafty creations have been put in the linky gallery. 

15 comments:

  1. Love the knitted Nordic style baubles, you will have such a lovely collection come Christmas

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  2. The baubles are gorgeous Martha - they look complicated to make (for us not that great knitters!)- come Christmas you will have a sack full! Mich x

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  3. Lovely balls Martha! I just love your Nordic style - and even the tin matches. Perfect :-)

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  4. Lovely baubles Martha - can't wait to see your tree decorated with them at Christmas. Gorgeous. Hope you have a good week.

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  5. The baubles are so pretty, but to a non-knitter all those needles look terrifying! And such a gorgeous tin too.

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  6. They are gorgeous. Would love to be able to make them but can't get my fingers round 4 needles!

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  7. They look lovely and so trendy with everything 'Scandi' being so popular right now. Have to admit, they do look v complicated to make to a non-knitter!

    Alison x

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  8. These are beautiful! As a non-knitter I cannot begin to comprehend how you do that with 4 sticks (?!) pins? needles! Got it :)

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  9. Those baubles are fantastic! won't they look wonderful at Christmas time :) you could probably sell hundreds at Christmas markets.. better get knitting!! :)

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  10. These look lovely, a bit complicated for me though!

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  11. These are really lovely. I like that no two will be alike.

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  12. Don't you just love working with four needles... I especially love it when people look frightened if they have to sit near you! Fab baubles, bet you cannot wait until Christmas :)

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  13. How beautiful! They look so hard to do. Four needles? I'm intimidated by two. :) Just amazing.

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  14. Wow! They look amazing! Four needles looks scary though as I'm only just learning how to knit with two!!! :) xx

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  15. They are lovely, you are very talented.
    LH
    x

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