Thursday, July 18, 2013

My Ruffled Lacy Shrug.

Is not beautiful?
 
No es hermoso?
 
 
 
I found this pattern in my search for something original where I could start
creating something, combining knitting and crochet. It is not free form, but for
me, this shrug  starts to look like a free form creation. I found this project on Etsy, here

 

Encontré este patrón en mi búsqueda de algo original, buscaba un proyecto donde
pudiera empezar a crear combinando el tejido y el crochet. No es free form,
pero desde mi punto de vista , esta pieza empieza a parecer a una creación free
form. Este proyecto lo encontré en Etsy. Aqui esta el enlace.
 
 
 
 
Discovering this Etsy shop was exciting for me, I found something else, it's
true, not everyone has the same tastes and we do not have the same style, but to
me, particularly I enjoy every creation of this shop.

The pattern was designed by the fiber artist, Janice Rosema, and is for sale
in the "simple patterns" Etsy shop. I did not use the yarn they recommend, but
I used  one that I like a lot, is the Amazing yarn  from  Lion Brand .
I leave here a link to the Lion Brand site, so you can see  the wool that I used










 
 
 
 

 

 










El descubrir este Etsy shop fué estimulante para mi , encontré algo distinto, es
verdad , no todos tenemos los mismos gustos y tampoco tenemos el mismo estilo,
pero a mi, en particular me gustan todas las creaciones de este shop.

El patrón fué diseñado por la artista Janice Rosema y el patrón esta a la
venta en
"simple patterns" Etsy shop. Yo no usé la lana que ellos recomiendan,
pero use una que se parece mucho, es la lana Amazing de Lion Brand.Les dejo aquí un enlace hacia el sitio de Lion Brand, para que ustedes vean la
lana que usé



 
 
 

 
This shrug is made by combining two techniques knitting and crochet, but there
is a version on the pdf to do it only in crochet.
I did some modifications at the end, but that's the beauty, give the personal
touch. I decided to add a brooch, this flower says something to you?
 
 
Este shrug se hace combinando dos técnicas tejido y crochet, pero hay una
versión para realizarlo solo en crochet.
Yo le hice algunas modificaciones al final, pero eso es lo lindo, darle el toque
personal. también  decidí agregarle un broche, esta flor les dice algo a
ustedes ?
 
 



I found this photo original, as it enables you to see who is behind the camera
taking photos.
 
Esta foto la encontré original, pues les permite ver a ustedes quien esta
detrás
de la cámara  tomando las fotos












Before concluding this post I want to let you know that I have no affiliation
with Lion Brand or with the "simple patterns" Etsy Shop. I just want to share
with you the materials and the pattern that I used to make my shrug.
When I bought this pattern I asked permission to the shop owner  to use  a photo
of the original pattern  on this blog, and she accepted.
 
Here I show you the original pattern. 
 
 
 
Antes de terminar esta publicación les quiero dejar saber que no tengo ninguna
afiliación  con Lion Brand ni con the "simple Patterns ". Solo quiero compartir
con ustedes los materiales y el patrón que usé para realizar mi shrug. 
Cuando
compré este patrón le pedí permiso a la propietaria  del shop para usar en este
blog ,  una foto de el patrón que yo compré y ella acepto.
 
En la foto que esta aqui arriba  les  muestro el
patrón original .

Aqui esta mi creación!
Me encanta, estoy deseando que la
temperatura baje un poquito para poder usarlo..
 
 
 
 
Here is my creation!
I love, I'm hoping that the temperature drops a little to use it ....
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hugs!
Marisa 


25 comments:

Pam @Threading My Way said...

I don't think I've ever seen a garment with both knitting and crochet. Marisa, your shrug is gorgeous; both the way it drapes and the way you've combined the colours and stitching!!!

Emma Burns said...

Lovely work Marisa, its been ages since I did any knitting and even longer for crochet work...must dig out my last creation...a lot of work you have put in to this, I too love the way it drapes, well done x

Linda Walker said...

Marisa,
Your shrug is absolutely beautiful. I love the way it drapes, the back is so pretty and the flower embellishment is such a nice touch. I love the combined colors as well!Wow, you did a wonderful job!
Linda
mysewwhatblog.blogspot.com

Mlissabeth said...

I find this shrug really interesting and unique. You can wear it with almost anything, with all the beautiful colors.

Maria said...

Wow!!!!!!!!!! Marisa that is absolutely beautiful. Love the style and colours. I'm so envious. That looks like snow on the mountains behind you.

Jill Shepherd said...

That is a gorgeous shrug Marisa! So many lovely colours in there - and I love the style and shape of it.

Daphne Lewis said...

The shrug turned out beautiful! Your yarn selection really makes it!

Sara Duggan said...

Wow Marissa, lovely piece. I've heard of people merging the two crafts. Here is a piece by a designer that does this pinterest.com/pin/104638391314942954/

Thank you for sharing your lovely work.

craftingwithstyle said...

Marisa, Your shrug is gorgeous!

Claudine said...

Je le trouve vraiment très beau et j'adore la petite fleur !

patchouli moon studio said...

Amazing Marisa! So much creativity went into making your shrug. I love all the stitches and colors that you used. Enjoy wearing this when the weather cools off. I am sure you will get a lot of compliments when you wear it too!

Judy D in WA said...

This is fabulous! Such a unique piece. I love it!!

Joanie's Quilts said...

Gorgeous shrug! It will be a show stopper when you wear it!

Connie said...

This is really beautiful Marisa and how neat with all the different yarn weights! Love the photo of you also!! Thanks for sharing.
Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

Wanda Ann Olsen said...

Marisa,
Beautiful, I love the back and the ruffle. Pinned it!
Thank you for sharing at Tuesday Trivia.
Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

Rhondda Mol said...

What a beautiful sweater!

Traci Creel said...

This is simply divine. I would snap this up in a moment if I saw it in a shop. I love that there are so many colors in it. It makes me wish I knew how to crochet. Hopefully Fall weather will arrive soon so you can wear this beauty.
Traci

Maria Nazareth said...

Your shrug is beautiful.... good combination of colours as well as crochet and knitting

Andrea Almeida said...

Olá,fiquei feliz com sua visita ao meu blog, conheci o seu e já estou seguindo.
Estarei sempre por aqui vendo as novidades.
bjs
http://andreacroches.blogspot.com.br

Susan Dougill said...

Wow it looks FANTASTIC!!!! I love the colours and the use of the different techniques. I don't think I've seen anything like it before. It's amazing!

Rhondda Mol said...

Hi Marisa,

Thank you for linking up at my first Link Party!!

I really appreciate it :)
Rhondda

Melissa Graham said...

I love the colors!! It is beautiful and you did a fantastic job! Thanks for linking it to this weeks Monday Funday!

Melissa

Julie Corbisiero said...

Hi, I love this shrug that you made and it is just beautiful. I love the colors and how creative you were make this. You are talented! I saw it on Mel's Daisy Patch.
Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

nissaMade said...

This is beautiful Marisa!

Catching up on my blogs and so glad I saw this..

Heather's Haven said...

love this so beautiful, one craft i couldn't get the hang of crochet and or knitting. lovely new projects.

Heather

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