Wednesday, May 21, 2014

As Promised

As promised, a picture of me wearing the Katharine Hepburn Jacket. Betty in the habedashery shop found the buttons for me. I took the cardigan in to show her because I know that she wants to learn to spin one day. Here's a closer view of the buttons


18 comments:

  1. you look wonderful, pearls are perfect over there, a perfect finishing.

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  2. Nice to meet you, it's a lovely cardigan and beautifully knitted.
    Margaret

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  3. The buttons are perfect, I was wondering what you'd choose! - very elegant model too, it's a lovely picture.

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  4. WOW! that's a great sweater and pearls are good with anything! You look so nice those are the coolest cables!

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  5. Very lovely! (And the sweater is great too!)

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  6. Yay! Thank you! It's beautiful.

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  7. The sweater (and the model) are beautiful! The buttons are wonderful, too. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Looks amazing. And well done for being brave and modelling it!

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  9. That so pretty! It looks soft and comfortable as well. The buttons are a perfect touch.

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  10. You, the garden and the sweater look wonderful! : ))
    Fox

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  11. Very very elegant. And the pearl-like buttons are exactly right for this elegantly patterned cardigan, Jane.

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  12. Perfect buttons for the sweater, and it looks great on you!

    In answer to your question, no, Kathy is not related to Elizabeth. Ironic that she married into a 'Zimmerman' family, which has been in PA for several generations. In fact, they used to have an appliance store, and Kathy had her yarn shop in a small space there. I've just visited her store's website, Kathy's Kreations, and I see that it is now exclusively her knitting shop! Obviously she is doing very well with it! I should make a trip back there! I do remember the appliances back in the '90s. You can read more about her by just googling her name, and several sites appear showing photos of the shop and of Kathy. The town of Ligonier is gorgeous also, especially in the Fall. An excellent place for a knitting shop!

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    1. Such a pretty design and agree very elegant

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  14. You look fabulous! Love the sweater and the pearl buttons are perfect!

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