Saturday, 28 November 2009

Knitting, only knitting.

I have....a Kauni!!!




Those robot buttons really are the business and make it look extra special. It's been an epic journey but I am so thrilled with the result. It's definitely my finest knitting achievement to date.

I went to Greenwich today and I treated myself to a little haul from the button stand in the antique market by the Rivington. Ooooooo.


They were between 45p and £3 per card. These were the cheapest and probably my faves.


Beautiful pale blue with knitted texture. So twee!

I also scored some beautiful trimmings. The middle one is silk and amazingly beautiful. The one on the right is quite wide and really really lovely.


It's all things a woman at the market has had in storage for ever since her mum did a lot of sewing and knitting. Another gem was this, still in its original packaging.


A freebie from an ancient woman's weekly. It's for hanging a ball of yarn from your wrist. At 50p I couldn't leave it forlornly on the stall!


Becky said...

I have been following your epic journey and I have to say the end result is just amazing - what an achievement - well done you and to top it off with those robot buttons just genius ! You look amazing in it.

How is your back now ? all better I hope.

Take care

Becky xx

RooKnits said...

It is stunning!

purlyqueen said...

Congratulations! It looks gorgeous.


Top haul. That cardigan is just beyond words....what a brilliant knitting achievement.

m said...

Your Kauni is just perfect.
The buttons make it so you!

Anonymous said...

The Kauni looks amazing, and those robot buttons are perfect :) Well done!

Mollimoo said...

Wow! Lovely finished project & I have to say those trimmings are gorgeous! I found your blog through the Ravelry forums...lovely! X

Probably Jane said...

Cracking jumper!

Daisy said...

Wow, that looks stunning. Congratulations on getting it finished, and love the buttons too.

Kate said...

Yes, well, tail-end Charlie here (as usual). Your Kauni is delightful - just lovely and the robot buttons are the icing on the cake.

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