April 07, 2005
nonaKnits on Knitty
I can't seem to find the Bouton D'or Flash needed for the mellow version of Tie One On. Do you know where I can get my hands on this or can you recommend a substitute? Thanks!
Posted by: Erin Ferraguto | Apr 7, 2005 10:33:37 AM
Nona, a great pattern! Very versatile - I can see making it in various materials and weights for different seasons. Brava!
Posted by: Jen M | Apr 7, 2005 10:45:52 AM
Not only am I going to make one of those for a wedding wrap, but I am enjoying your blog very much too. So much I am going to keep reading it. You are doing a very good work here!
Posted by: Seven | Apr 7, 2005 10:54:22 AM
congratulations! beautiful pattern! so many cool variations.
Posted by: froggy | Apr 7, 2005 11:02:06 AM
Peek-a boo. I see you!
At least, I hope the model in blue is you. It's been a bit unnerving, knitting and blog-commenting with a headless lady.
The Tie One On's are gorgeous.
Posted by: Judith | Apr 7, 2005 11:31:03 AM
Lovely pattern. Thank you.
Posted by: Gina | Apr 7, 2005 11:38:42 AM
Hi Nona! What a lovely pattern. I can't wait to make one. :)
Posted by: Liz | Apr 7, 2005 12:10:53 PM
Congratulations! I think it is lovely. And also, thanks for the short rows experiments ... they are very inspiring!
Posted by: Agnes | Apr 7, 2005 12:28:14 PM
This is the first wrap/shawl I've seen that I could wear without looking over-the-top! I love that the pattern is so versatile, and that it's both practical *and* pretty. Thanks so much!
Posted by: Bea | Apr 7, 2005 12:34:07 PM
Very nice pattern and it was a fun Knitty. I see you have a Nothin' but KAL. I have the yarn and thought I'd start this week. Is there anything or any place I need to go to join. Love your blog, too. Never been here before and I see you took a Lucy Neatby class. She was here some time ago and I too learned (and love and use) Japanese Short Rows. Nice blog...I'll be visiting more often.
Posted by: Margene | Apr 7, 2005 12:59:05 PM
I love Tie One On. It's the first shawl/wrap thingie I feel I can wear without looking stupid. Thanks for a great design. I am still anxiously waiting for the Japanese short row variation.
Posted by: Hope | Apr 7, 2005 1:52:48 PM
Yes, I'll definitely tie one on!
Posted by: Lu | Apr 7, 2005 2:32:06 PM
Hi. I just saw this pattern on Knitty. It's lovely! I love how you developed it for various skill levels and the photos with three ages (generations?) of women were inspiring! You don't see that sort of thing in a print magazine much... gotta love Knitty! Thank you for choosing to display your designs that way.
Posted by: Missy | Apr 7, 2005 3:29:48 PM
How exciting to be published and on Front Cover no-less! I love the look, the photo, and the great gift-knit idea! Bravo!!
Posted by: nona friend the oldest | Apr 7, 2005 6:27:18 PM
Congrats! It is a lovely pattern, especially for people like me who absolutely do not know how to wear a shawl stylishly - the wrap part secured with a brooch should keep it on. And the most fun part - Nona revealed! You look good in baby blue.
Posted by: erin | Apr 7, 2005 6:40:17 PM
Ah, we're treated to a nona-near-profile in addition to a great pattern. Congratulations! It's a great pattern.
Posted by: Sara | Apr 7, 2005 6:57:05 PM
What a lovely design. No blocking right? IF I make it I dont have to block it right?right?
Proud proud to know you!
Posted by: kathyb | Apr 7, 2005 6:59:12 PM
This will be the perfect birthday gift to knit for my Nana! I just ordered the yarn for the piquant version. I'll be using the same shade of Kidsilk. Thank you so much for a great pattern!
Posted by: Elisabeth Lincoln | Apr 7, 2005 7:16:24 PM
Posted by: Jenny | Apr 7, 2005 10:55:17 PM
-Is it really you in the blue? I thought it was you wearing the pink one? Come on and tell us nona :-)
Congratulations on the publishing!
/Mia from the t-shirt knitalong
Posted by: Mia | Apr 8, 2005 12:36:05 AM
Congratulations nona! Gorgeous patter: I love these - don't know when i'm going to make one but i have a mother with a very special birthday coming up...
Posted by: anna | Apr 8, 2005 1:12:01 AM
I love it, what a great idea!
Posted by: kerrie | Apr 8, 2005 1:58:31 AM
Tieing one on in KY with silk garden. Cast on this morning.
Posted by: Ellen | Apr 8, 2005 7:41:21 AM
Hi! Found your blog through the new issue of Knitty. Do you think that the Tie One On would look good in recycled silk? I have four large skeins and no idea what to knit them into.
Posted by: LeAnne | Apr 8, 2005 9:37:01 AM
I love them
But I have a dumb question.
I assume that you knit the body in the round but I don't see in the pattern where it says to knit in the round.
Am I right. Do I start knitting in round after I cast on
Posted by: Barbara | Apr 8, 2005 3:35:17 PM
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