Here you go, Mananita by Meg Swansen
I'm late to the compliments - everyone used up the best superlatives already.
Kenny - all I can say is that piece turns me green with envy. I don't have the patience to block properly - and that design requires it.
OMIGOSH! Kenny, that is absolutely spectacular! And the blocking technique makes it even more so!
Thank you so much!!
Totally stunning work. But I'm confused. Is it a pull over shawl, poncho kind of thing?
Absolutely right. A lace poncho. Weird, but still cool to knit. :)
This is beautiful Kenny! I hope you still have your sanity after completing this work of art. This is not for the beginner.
Seriously John, it only looks complicating because of the yarn and the huge holes. But the pattern itself, is the EASIEST lace I've knitted. It even says in the pattern that it's a good choice for beginners. Give it a go.
This islike the rest of your work...
This is totally incredible, and so fantastic....
sorry for my english... normally I speak French...
Thank you. don't apologize!!! And thank you for your nice workds.
Wow thats amazing!!!! Well done!
Once agian, thank you!
I love your blocking method..."the BDSM of knitting." Wish I could have attended that workshop. It looks great (as if you'd turn out anything but amazing).
Oh, and thank you for the nice comments.
Ok, you would have to remind me, but were you at this year's men's spring knitting retreat?
Will wasn't at 2010 retreat, although it looks highly likely he'll be at the 2011 event. He must have just been a voyeur regarding the workshop listing.
Very nice piece of lacework, Kenny. Congratulations. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
Thank you so much!
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I see you learned to block nicely, that's pretty amazing, great job! The Mañanita looks fantastic!
Wow...love the big holes. I'm always afraid when I see a pattern that uses them that they'll look sloppy when I make them. Yours look spectacular.
Always nice getting a comment from you! Thanks!
wow that's awesome! just out of curiosity how long did that take you?
Thank you so much....... it took me about 4 months.
Beautiful work. I am in awe!
Thank you so much.
That is such a beautiful piece. You have done a fantastic job.
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