Monday, October 16, 2006

Arizona Diamondbacks

I brought the Adamas shawl, named after the Greek word for diamond, with me to Tucson for its coming-out party. What incredible surroundings for this lovely design!











(And here are the pictures of Adamas blocking.)

15 comments:

rose said...

You did a great job on the shawl. It's one of my favorite patterns. I love the picture of the sunlight through the lace.

Liz K. said...

What a beautiful setting for a beautiful shawl. Congrats on a great FO

Mouse said...

Wow! gorgeous! I love those cactus too!

Pat said...

Your Adamas is just beautiful - as is the photography and the setting. A gorgeous lace shawl for sure!

Sara Skates said...

Cool!

and WOW - one of my best friends is in Tucson! How long will you be there??? I'll email you ;)

FemiKnitMafia said...

Gorgeous! And you're fast!

Carrie said...

Hiya!

You put a comment on one of my posts on the Swallowtail shawl KAL and I wrote to the moderator about the sign-up button not working... She said to email her and that she would email you with an invitation so you can join. Her address is: bronxie@gmail.com

Cheers!

Liz said...

So beautiful! And I love the setting.

Cheryl said...

Beautiful pictures and a beautiful shawl! Wonderful!

Baigneuse said...

Gorgeous shawl!

Anonymous said...

wow! can't wait to see it in "real" life. looking at the cactus though gave me inspiration-needles, large space--could you use one of those to block on? rebecca

Anonymous said...

ok the last time i commented on the adamas i mentioned maybe being re-inspired but seeing these amazing photos of your incredible work on it, I realize it's still a bit over my head, but some day! Absolutely gorgeous!

Zarzuela said...

Beautiful shawl! Just wanted to say hello since you are one of my bingo squares this weekend. Hope to see you then. :)

Jessica
http://zarzuelaknitsandcrochets.com/blog

Bonnie said...

WOW!!! Fabulous photos, and a gorgeous shawl. Very inspiring!

Kirsten said...

Fabulous shawl! Fantastic pictures! Good idea to travel across the country for a photo shoot! Why didn't I think of that? ;)

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