mandag den 18. juni 2007

2. udgave af efterårsblusen

"Efterårstrøjen får jo en tur til - denne gang bruger jeg "Søfarver" til mønsteret men stadigvæk grønne nuancer til bundfarven. Jeg tror farverne blive gode sammen, meget anderledes end 1. udgave, og undervejs ser det altid ud som om det bliver for rodet, men når de bliver gentaget ender det som regel harmonisk.
Det er underligt, at det der er lige på kanten til at være grimt og "for meget" ofte er det mest interessante.

And as something new – many have asked for an English version on my blog – now I try, although my English is not always understandable
I am now working at “The Autumn cardigan”’s second version. This time I use Kauni “Lake colours” for the leaves but still the green and yellow colours for the background. I think the colours will be ok, but very different for the 1. version. While knitting it always looks messy, but usually, when the colours are repeated, it ends up harmonic. Strange, that things that are very close to “ugly” and “too much” often are the most interesting.

16 kommentarer:

Fríða sagde ...

hvor flot! hver gang bliver jeg mere imponeret!
kh.fra Island
Frida

Grete sagde ...

Du verden så mye flott du lager! Jeg oppdaget bloggen din i dag, og du er lagt til i min Bloglinesliste. Kommer snarligen tilbake. Ønsker deg en fortsatt flott og kreativ uke:-)

margaret sagde ...

Dear Ruth, thank you so much for writing in English! I TOTALLY understand your English - infinitely better than my command of the northern languages - all I can say is "tak for mad" but I'm not sure as to which language that's in ...

when will we Americans/English speakers be able to purchase the pattern for this beautiful, beautiful work of art?

tak, or danke, or thanks,
margaret

Linda sagde ...

Thank you so much for the English version. You are doing very well and have nothing to worry about in the translation!
The sweater is gorgeous, by the way:)

Ellen in Minnesota sagde ...

The translation is a bonus for those of us whose first language is English, but really, the sweaters speak for themselves. They are wonderful!

britt sagde ...

Også den er gudesmuk Ruth! Du har helt ret: farvesammensætningen skal have en kant, noget der overrasker eller kræver mod - først da er det virkelig smukt/interessant.
Hvor meget af de 2 farver brugte du til din første udgave?
Mvh Britt

DetBlåTehus sagde ...

Hej Ruth.
Det er altså SÅ smukt!
KH Lone

Annie sagde ...

Just thought I'd add another thank you for the English translation! My yarn is on its way to make the Rainbow Cardigan and I can't wait to get started. The Autumn sweater is just gorgeous.

knitchick@hotmail.com sagde ...

HELLO RUTH -it sure is great to be abe to read your blog, as well as see your wonderful sweaters in progress-I ampresently still working on the koni sweater, and am planning on purchasing ANNE -EVILLA when it becomes available at the yarn store you suggested in AUG. -your ENG is just fine -will keep reading pat j [ont. canada]

Karen S sagde ...

Den bliver meget, meget smuk!
Jeg kan godt lide farvernes modspil... tænker på den som mere maskulin ;-) Men kunne godt tænke en til mig selv ;-)

Og ps. dit engelske er fint!!!

Lynda sagde ...

Like everyone else I am begging you for this wonderful pattern. And you English is far, far better than my... well, anything I try to speak!

barbara sagde ...

Wow! I'm so glad you're writing in English. Thanks you! I love your knitting -- so very beautiful. I'm afraid you've got me hooked

véronique sagde ...

Many thanks for your english post.
Please, please, when will be able to purchase your pattern, it's so wonderfull.MAGNIFIQUE

B. sagde ...

I've been coming to your blog to see the pictures. What a lovely surprise to find that now I can read as well.

Linda sagde ...

How does one get two matching sleeves with that type of yarn? Does the color gradient happen more than once? It doesn't appear that way when rolled up.

tammy sagde ...

Ruth, your English is wonderful and I'm really enjoying reading your blog. Your sweaters are gorgous, I really like the new Autumn and the beautiful Silk Garden one. Really lovely!