Monday, 14 May 2007

Excuse

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Last week, I came across Knitting Lingerie Style while I was shopping for my secret pal. I basically browse around the bookshop for an hour just to decide whether should I get the book or not...and I did.. I sort of convince myself that I deserve a birthday present from myself... I just can't resist the temptation, the book are full of beautiful and sexy knitwear..

The book are divided into 6 section, the bra, the slip, the corset, the camisole, the stocking and lounge/night wear , the most interesting part is on most pattern there is a brief history of particular style. I'm not sure I would knit any of the bra top, but definitely there are a few top I'm interested.

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Here are some of the beautiful item that goes into my must knit list.. Talking about must knit list, is been awhile I update on any of my WIP and knitlist..which I believe I have two reason.

First, is the limited capacity of this weblog, I can't load too many of picture, unless I subscribe to the pay service.

Second, busy....(actually I'm too lazy and lazy..)

so here are my long wait list...

WIP
1. Clemetine Shawlette
2. Clapotis
3. more teddy bear
4. Tweed Cardigan - blocking

Must knit list
1. Apocalypse Hoodie 2
2. Noro stripy scarf
3. Rowan Biggy Print Shrug
4. Butterfly Shawl
5. Lady Eleanor 2 - scafstyle
6. 3/4 sleeve cardigan
7. Bell sleeve top
8. Bed Shrug
9. Lace Nightie
10. Fitted shrug
11. My so called scarf
12. Estole
13. Icarus shawl
14. Lace Hoodie
15. Fad- classic
16. Swing cardigan
17. Ogee lace skirt
18. 60's lace top
19. leaf
20. and many more....
yes, I know I'm greedy.

Comments

I can not "tahan" also, all the projects super nice!
hope to see one FO soon :)
jia yu~!

Posted by: Regg | Thursday, 17 May 2007

wah...that book is really nice!!! love all the patterns in it!!! *hop off to see if i can get it from where i live (although i doubt it..might have to get from amazon)*

Posted by: Michelle | Thursday, 17 May 2007

Haha, I just read through your entire archives. Your finished objects are just gorgeous, I love your color choices and your interpretations of patterns - so lovely!

All those projects look very tempting, can't wait to see you tear through that list. =)

Posted by: shirley | Sunday, 20 May 2007

I've been eying that book myself. Thank you for the peek inside.
Your Lelah is lovely. I made one last year with sleeves and it's one of my favourite garments.

Posted by: yvette | Monday, 21 May 2007

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