Thursday, November 17, 2011

stitch scribble...

a grid

and patchwork with a scribble stitch

and I've gone from double knitting hexapufs to little pouches. love being able to knit the front and back at the same time. this pouch is 2" square.

18 comments:

Els said...

Ah Deanna, you've scribbled a lovely nine patch!
(I will try some double knitting, ask Kaite ;-) !)

kaiteM said...

a delightful tiny pouch, thanks for showing it.

Margaret Johnson said...

gorgeous Deanna. ox

woman with wings said...

I love both of these, the pouches are genius! Oh, I am so copying you and making some as soon as possible if you don't mind? -- thankyouthankyou, Deanna.

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

perfect for your little treasure. very nice 9 patch. did you dip dye or is that how the cloth came. faux weaving, i'd say.

Deb G said...

Oh that's a sweet little pouch...would make a good gift I'd think!

Notjustnat said...

Cute! Little projects. I love the hot pink. Did you dyed it?
I am back and must get into posting again - Hugs Nat

handstories said...

your cheesecloth work is great! i'm imagining a couple of the meditative stitched pieces overlapped. cute pouches-
there's another way to knit both sides at once, i think it's called double knitting, where you knit back & forth, skipping every other stitch, did it a long time ago, and it gave this working magic feel, too.

joe said...

oh, deanna! you are so creative and adventurous! what fun!

stitchinglife.com said...

Knitting the front and back at the same time... intriguing. I like the stitched grid very much.

Nancy said...

I love these both! It the grid going to join the cheesecloth beast? Somehow I imagine them living on the same cloth! The pouch is adorable and really, I've got to weave a new medicine bag!!! Seeing everyone's pouches is inspiring me!
BTW-every time when I see more and more of your work I wonder Why you do not consider yourself an artist? I consider you one :)

helen salo said...

Deanna, I love the scribble stitch. Looks kind of like what I do just to play, I have lots of these little bits around, but yours looks nicer. :)

underatopazsky said...

Really inspired by your openweave fragments. The pouches are very cute too.

karen said...

I love the cloth where you have withdrawn the threads and it looks so delicate.

anita said...

I am finally on the kindle. anita

Martine said...

Hi Deanna, after a very long time i can comment here again. My old pc wouldnt let me.
Good to see you keep on making beauties!
XXXm

deanna7trees said...

to all of you who do not leave a comment with an e-mail address available, thank you so much.

deemallon said...

I like the little pouch! Looks like a good evening/couch kind of project. The scribble stitch is lovely.

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