Sunday, October 07, 2007

Chevron "Modelled"



It's the best I could do. I cut my nose out of the photo because it looked big. You can get the general idea of the fit. Mine is a bit longer than the model in the LMKG book. My daughter said I should put my hair in a beehive to look like the book more. But I thought that was going too far. Rob took the photos in the garden. My next door neighbour (not the wierdo loony one), rang while we were doing it and my daughter answered the phone and said we were taking photos. She straight away looked out of her upstairs window to see if we were doing anything illegal, I think. Not then we weren't, lol!

Here's some close ups of my darling..

This is my favourite photo..



15 comments:

gilraen said...

Absolutely Fablous!!!!! It looks so so good on you too! :)

Lyndsey-Jane said...

Beautiful! I've been looking for a nice scarf pattern to make for my mum for xmas and for some reason didn't think of this one. Love your colour choices.

Jenn said...

That is a beautiful scarf!!!

Queen of the froggers said...

Now that is a gorgeous scarf, it looks great on! I love the colours.

clarabelle said...

It looks absolutely fantastic on you, Liz! I'm knitting it too at the mo, and I know what you mean about it being addictive knitting!

Virtuous said...

Your Chevron is just beautiful! I love the 1/2 pic of you! :op

But the p0rn pics of your scarf are realy nice!

Nice job Ms. Liz!!

blog-blethers said...

It#'s beautiful!! Love the colours you used and like the pattern so much that I ordered the book yesterday. Bet my pics don't turn out as great as yours though!

Wendy said...

Your Cheveron is absolutely beautiful!!! Makes me want to run out and pick up some fab yarn to start one for myself!

tiennie said...

Beautifully done!

Robin said...

That turned out great - I love the colorway with your hair color and skin tone! Very pretty!

(LOL - I do the same things with my pictures - ppl will say that my pictures always turn out so well, but that's only because I delete all the ugly ones, or strategically crop them.)

lucy said...

This chevron scarf intrigues me. I like the colour combinations everybody comes up with and yours is wonderful! And am yet to knit mine....

lucy said...

This chevron scarf intrigues me. I like the colour combinations everybody comes up with and yours is wonderful! And am yet to knit mine....

dreamcatcher said...

Love your chevron scarf, gorgeous colours!

Rosie said...

what lovely colours!

lomester said...

I love how it turned out. The colors look beautiful against your skin tone.