Sunday, 31 May 2015

Folky Eggs

Hello  my dear blogger friends. Hope you all are doing ok :) Been busying myself recently with some knitting and crocheting. Wanted something folky for the house decor so I knitted these:



Five knitted eggs with floral a motif :) I used the knitting pattern from Arne & Carlos book Easter Knits.


Originally it meant to be only 3 of the eggs -a red, orange and a yellow one. But they are highly addictive and I ended up knitting a pink and a blue one too!


I used Norwegian yarn to make them: Heilo and Falk of Dalegarn. These yarns are always a pleasure to knit with as they are 100% natural wool and they are good for smooth knitting and ironing.


I'm very pleased with how they turned out. Particularly I love their whiteness and freshness. Lots of Scandinavian artefacts features bright colours, white being most of them. 


Good weather and sunshine put me in a playful mood with a camera :)



Eventually I attached the crochet chains to the eggs and now they are decorating my seasonal tree :)


In the meantime I'm having a go at my first fair isle knitting on flat needles. It feels so different to DPNs I'm so used to. I'm knitting a cosy for one of my gadgets.


It is slowly coming on! :)


Have a good and creative week. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a trace behind. Always pleasure to hear from you. Love x 
Martha

3 comments:

  1. Dear Martha,
    so good to hear from you again!
    Those Folky Eggs are wonderful! Such a beautiful knitting!
    Have a lovely week,
    hugs to you,
    Claudia xo

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  2. Good morning Martha!
    I like the knitted eggs with tulips pattern. Next year I want to knit them for Easter.
    I wish you a nice week,
    Anja

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  3. You have knitted eggs? How cute! I like the way they turned out in different colours.
    KATRIN W.

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