Monday, April 21, 2008

Gammy's Hope

Last night I finished Gammy's Hope aka Christine's Rose Garden. It is so very beautiful. However, apparently I made a mistake in the very center section that I didn't notice until I pinned it out for blocking. Oh, well.............it is still beautiful. I have enough yarn to make a Baby Surprise Jacket and some matching little Saartje Booties.

The finished size is 37" x 45". For those inquiring minds out that. :)





12 comments:

lindaloveslace said...

Peggy,

It truly came out lovely. Mine is not quite done. Still have 28 rows to go counting the two garter rows.

Linda E.

Carol said...

It looks great! I can't wait to see the matching booties.

Agneta said...

It's so beautiful

Heidi Kim said...

Wow, that is goregous :o)

SYLVIE said...

Your Gammy's Hope looks great! Such a beautiful color.

Tabitha said...

It looks awesome!

Edna said...

I don't know where you made the mistake. It's not noticeable at all. The blanket turned out beautiful! I will definitely have to make some of these. We have two teachers that are pregnant right now!

Toni said...

Lovely!

And, for the great KAL enabler, there is a "murdered by lace" KAL starting on Ravelry.........:)

Roseann said...

Gorgeous! I think your center deviation is your own personal thumb print. It's not like us knitters can write our names at the bottom of our works of art like artists do. I love the colors.

Peggy said...

It's beautiful. No one could be hopeless with that nearby!

chickadix said...

I think I can see what you call an error, but to me it just looks like part of the pattern.. Just to allow my OCD to creep in I would turn it the other way 180 degress then it is absolute perfection. Beautiful work

Arlene said...

Peggy,
Wow! Gammy's Hope is just lovely. You really have become a true lace knitter, and in such a short period of time.
I just don't know where you get the time.....

Arlene in Northern NJ