Saturday, 13 October 2007

Silver Belle .




Here are new pictures of my Silver Belle from Vogue Knitting.

Finally with buttons!
Pattern available here.

Yarn: Debbie Bliss cashmerino aran, 50 g/90 m
Needles: 4 mm 
Also see my other posts about it here.

















The color is right on side view picture.

26 comments:

Brahdelt said...

Beautiful! Three buttons definitely work better than two and I really like your collarless version! *^v^*

Sandra said...

What an amazing piece of knitting, this is SO beautiful.

Virtuous said...

Lilly it looks WONDERFUL!!

It fits you perfectly!! What size did you make again!?

Thanks so much for sharing on the KAL!

lillysmuul said...

I made smallest size,but my breast is 36 in, so the cardy is like a bit small... ;) that's way it fits perfectly ;D !

Val said...

Whaaaa... Your Belle is really gorgeous and remains the one I prefer. Congratulations, it's been a great work and you can be proud.

Sheila said...

Absolutely gorgeous and the fit is right on... and like your modifications.

Lily said...

It's a piece of art! It makes me want to try my hand on cables. It's perfect in everyway. Too bad it's not mine :(

lillysmuul said...

Thank you all!
It's not perfect but I 'm almost happy with the look.
It was good knitting experience.

Liz said...

Fantastic work! I love what you did around the neck and the sleeves.

robin said...

It looks fabulous!! Thank you for the sizing information as I'm a 34" bust and was wondering if the small would be too small. I think based on your comment I will feel confident about making the small now. How many skeins of yarn did you use?

lillysmuul said...

12 and half skeins of Debbie Bliss'es Cashmerino aran.

Felicia said...

Truly beautiful :)

Jane Prater said...

Truly beautifully done and it looks really great on you. Thanks for sharing.

projektleiterin said...

I look at all the cables and think, "Wow!" And it fits very well (no, not too small - figure hugging, which is good ;) )

Kathy said...

It looks great. I just finished mine, too. I thought this was a fun project. Good Job!

Dessy said...

This is sooooo beautiful!!! Great knitting too! :-) Gotta make it too.

Magalie said...

Your Silver Belle is so beautiful !!! I like the modifications you've made and it gives me inspiration for my Belle on the french knitalong !

Anonymous said...

how did you alter the pattern at the neckline - it looks great?!

Anonymous said...

Kõik Su tööd on superilusad...ma ei saagi muud teha, kui vaid õhata ja ohata ja...no natuke enda laiskust õigustada sellega, et ..njah, ilusa inimese seljas näevad esemed ka ilusad välja..ja seepärast ma isegi ei ürita (ihii, on ju asjakohane põhjendus). Aga selle salli ma teen ükskord ikkagi valmis ! Ja tütreke on nii-niiiii väga armas, et ma vist aina kallistaks teda. Loodetavasti on talle ka kooliskäimine meelepärane ja Su süda ei pea liiga palju muretsema ! Ilusat sügist perele !
Sant.

Jocerane said...

it's a great Silver Belle!!!!!

Dove Knits said...

Wow, is that gorgeous! Great job!

madhatter said...

this is just beautiful - i really love the cables around the sleeve's hems!

Nancy said...

I'm a beginner knitter, and I think this is absolutely the most stunning sweater I've seen! Reading about needle-less cables in your postings makes me think I could possibly do this!!! :D

Joy said...

That is just gorgeous. Fantastic job.

Shanna Nerdin said...

I've completed my "Belle" except for the neckline. How did you do the cable around the neck? Please help!

lillysmuul said...

Hi Shanna!
I just made separate cable with side stitches and sew it on as I was knitting.
This way you know stright away how long cable to make.

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