Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Drum Roll, Please



Jane has finished her Montana Tunic, and it's lovely!  Nice work, Jane.  

10 comments:

Miss 376 said...

Thank you for organising the KAL, Rudee, it's been fun

Stephanie V said...

Your tunic turned out well, Jane. I love the cable front.
I guess I better get back to my funny cables now. That sweater has hibernated long enough.
Any chance of seeing it on the model?

Rudee said...

You're welcome, Jane.

I agree, Stephanie. We need to see it on a real human and not a model (not that you're not a model-type, Jane, but you know what I mean!)

I love the cable, too.

Nezzy said...

I popped over from Gail's blog just wanted to check you out. Not in a weird stalking sort of way, I've just seen you on many blogs I follow.

I don't do anything with yarn anymore. I did crochet when I had babies back in the day but these days I'm too busy runnin' from the bulls. Haaaheehe!

As we say here in the hills and hollers of the Ozarks, "ya'll have a wonderfully blessed day!!!

Glennis said...

Well made it is a pretty tunic.

jeannette stgermain said...

This open work in the middle really fits with the color of the yarn!!
This week I saw a herring bone cable -don't know if I'll get to it this winter LOL

jeannette stgermain said...

Don't you love interweave? That's how I began to knit purses/bags.

jennaseverythingblog said...

Oh my gosh, that is a gorgeous tunic!! I would wear it in a second. =)

Anil P said...

Very neat.

Adrian LaRoque said...

Very nice for the winter, even that spring is not to far, just keep in mind that time is relative; so spring is as close as you want it to be.