Monday, 13 January 2014

Moodboard Monday - Frost

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image sources, clockwise from top left: sky and twigsfrost skein, TFA frost french cancanballerinas, TFA french braidbeach glass

A lovely pale blue with a touch of cool grey makes for the perfect wearable shade of my favourite colour. I would knit anything and everything in this colourway, what would you knit in Frost?







8 comments:

  1. i forget - is frost the lovely colorway justyna used on her new sople cardigan??? it's so gorgeous!!

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  2. These colors are absolutely swoon worthy! So tempting to buy this yarn but this year I'm stash busting!

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  3. Inspiring montage! (Although I like almost everything you post!!!) Will put the shawl/colorway on my to do list at Ravelry. :-) And/or Pinterest. The ballerinas photo is darling.

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  4. So pretty! It really does look a lot like the colour of seaglass.

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  5. This is one of my favorite colors. I've been wanting to make myself a pair of socks in this color for years!

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  6. Love your moodboards. I'm currently knitting socks in Frost, will post a picture soon on the Wip thread in Ravelry. While cool blue is not a color that suits me, I still wanted to try out, and these socks will,look great with jeans.

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  7. I'm a new TFA blog fan. Your patterns are always stunners and your photgraphy is so... so.... soothing? Is that a weird thing to say? Anyway, I am a regular reader. And I want to make that French Braid cardi in the collage.

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  8. Okay, I don't like pastels, but seeing some of the accessories in frost, I can definitely feel the attraction!

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