Wednesday, April 28, 2010

.lee's final surrender.

the very last row!!


my friend Jane took some picture for me :) yes, I have awful posture...





I am so beyond happy to be done with this blanket. What an intense project! So worth it, though. I am way impressed with its size. Still can't believe I wove it, really. I can't wait to wash and press it!

10 comments:

Carlene said...

That. Is incredible.

You don't have bad posture, you're weaving! You're adorable!

French Press Knits said...

Congrats- how exciting. It looks amazing!

Jesse said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Erin said...

Wow, it's gorgeous. And huge! I love the picture of the feet next to the fringes of the blanket, it really gives you a sense of how big it is. Congrats!

Matt Chung said...

so amazing! that pattern is beautiful I don't know how you can follow a pattern like that.

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios said...

So inspiring. It's just amazing.

Brittany Noel said...

Thanks, Carlene :) You make me feel better about my weaving hunch!

You should come see it sometime, Melynda! We should get together after I graduate. Your new work space is awesome, too!!

Thanks, Jesse! I haven't been commenting, but I really like the work you've posted on your blog lately.

Hi, Erin! I can't link to your profile page :( It'd be nice to put a face to a name! Thank you. I can't believe how big it is...

Maaaaaatttttt. I can't wait for you to come home and see it. The middle part, where it's like a checkerboard, was super easy. It's the borders that were hard. I had to backtrack several times in the beginning.

Lisa, I'm glad you like it! I still can't quite believe I made it. Thanks :)

Erin said...

Haha Brittany, that's because I don't really have a profile. I only use this platform to leave comments on my friends blogs.

And BTW this is Erin K, we used to work at Sbux together before I had my baby ;)

Laura said...

Hi! Thanks for you comment. Your blanket is amazing, I'd love to be able to make something like that one day.

Brittany Noel said...

Laura, overshot is really fun to weave and the results are so darn gorgeous. There are a lot of patterns that only require four harnesses and are a cinch to weave!