Wednesday, February 28, 2007

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    I chose my wife, as she did her wedding gown,
    for qualities that would wear well.
    -Oliver Goldsmith

    Ever notice how the blog and real (knitting) life don't always have a 1:1 correspondence? The vast majority of my knitting time has been going towards The Chuppah, and yet I haven't posted much about it recently. (Last progress photo here.) And so I present great progress: I had all sorts of grand plans to get home and get a nice daylight photo today, but you know how those best laid plans can go . . . To appease those who can't see much above, here's an (unblocked) close-up: The progress portrayed above is a little more than half of the center section. That would be 6' wide by 3' long, for those of you keeping track, and represents about 1/3 of the overall knitting. Right on schedule. And you know how much I love schedules!



    Blogger Elinor said...

    Oh, Theresa- you are a GOOD friend to be so diligently knitting! I'm sure it will become a family heirloom.

    Now, the question is when are you going to make yourself one??? heh heh heh.

    2/28/2007 7:04 PM  
    Blogger sloth-knits said...

    Wow, that looks great!

    2/28/2007 7:15 PM  
    Blogger Carole Knits said...

    That is amazing. What a wonderful friend you are.

    2/28/2007 7:37 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    It continues to be gorgeous Theresa!!

    3/01/2007 5:15 AM  
    Blogger Tracy Batchelder said...

    This is gorgeous! Great progress!

    3/01/2007 6:31 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    To say that it is beautiful seems like such an understatement of fact. It really is quite lovely and you are so generous. As much as I can not wait to see the finished product, I am sure you are probably looking forward to the end a little more!

    3/01/2007 7:41 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I'm rather jealous of the friend who is receiving the chuppah. For my wedding, we just used a store-bought lace tablecloth. It worked, and it was pretty, but still, not as pretty as the one you're making!

    3/01/2007 7:50 AM  
    Blogger Toasty Joe said...

    Speaking as one of the two persons who will be getting married under said chuppah, I approve. Keep up the fine work.

    3/01/2007 8:13 AM  
    Blogger Lori said...

    Very beautiful!

    3/01/2007 8:50 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Wow, you're really coming along! It looks phenomenal. I hope it doesn't upstage the bride! (Which of course, it won't. It'll just enhance her.)

    3/01/2007 9:24 AM  
    Blogger Anneliese Kelly said...

    T it's looking so beautiful! I'm getting so exctied :) You'll have to have your parents take good pics of it in the chapel when it's all set up.

    3/01/2007 9:24 AM  
    Blogger Leah said...

    It's beautiful! That pattern is on my to-do list, but just the thought of starting it is daunting. What a great friend you are!!

    3/01/2007 9:55 AM  
    Blogger Disentangled said...

    Wow. Look at that! I've said it before - that will be so amazing once it's done. I am also super impressed that you are keeping up with your schedule.

    3/01/2007 10:57 AM  
    Blogger Kim said...

    So amazing. That is a really good friend! No, wait, YOU are the really good friend! I love the close-up of the motif.

    3/01/2007 2:25 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    It's so beautiful... you'll making something that will treasured for years and years. what an amazing piece of history.

    3/01/2007 3:30 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi T, It looks GREAT! You bring so many smiles to people in so many ways! Thank You!!! Love, Mom

    3/01/2007 6:12 PM  
    Blogger JayJay said...

    That is fantastic! As the hubby says, this is going to be one lucky friend!

    3/02/2007 10:55 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    So glad you are right on schedule!

    3/02/2007 4:40 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    It's beautiful!

    3/07/2007 10:11 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    This is so impressive, for so many reasons. I continue to be in awe of this project. Beautiful!

    3/07/2007 11:18 AM  

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