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Sunday, May 04, 2008

Wool-Ease Web and Random

Wool-ease Web
For the snap peas to grow up. I thought about Gudrun while I wove my tangled web. Now, I'm just trying to figure out how I can add it to Ravelry. It's almost crochet, sort of.

Thanks for the pants love. I can't wait to make another pair. Hopefully I'll be able to make a pattern of my alterations.

It was nice to see KnitSonya, Sadhita, BitterBetty, LittleLovelies, Melissa (I never got your blog) and a glimpse of the YarnHarlot, yesterday at the Maker Faire. I was wishing there was an organized craft blog get together. Maybe someone can organize one next year, Beth?

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Blogger Leslie said...

Very cool! A spiderweb definitely belongs in the garden.

Sun May 04, 03:42:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Gudrun Johnston said...

Great idea!! Might have to do one in my vegetable patch too!

Sun May 04, 05:03:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Melissa H said...

Hey, I was just popping over to check out your blog and there was my name. It was great to meet you too!

Your spiderweb is fabulous.

Sun May 04, 07:56:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Hilde C. said...

What a great idea! It looks fabulous :-)

Mon May 05, 01:34:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Knitsonya said...

It was great to see you too and craft blog meet up is very definitely necessary. Even before.

Mon May 05, 10:13:00 AM PDT  
Blogger bluekaeru said...

Could you describe how you did that?! We planted peas for the first time this year and while I have a small trellis, I think this would look even better and give more for the runners to grasp onto. My dad always used twine and wood stakes in a simple ladder, but the web is so much more striking. Best combo of form suiting function.

Mon May 05, 10:20:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Blaize said...

Now, As Seen On Craftzine Blog!

Mon May 05, 11:11:00 AM PDT  
Blogger C said...

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Mon May 05, 02:41:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous PĂ©itseoga said...

that's really cool, so much nicer than any trellis i've ever seen, so organic! i could do one for our honeysuckle...

Mon May 05, 02:44:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Wendy said...

So cool. Except I wouldn't want any plants to actually climb up there and obscure its awesomeness.

Mon May 05, 02:53:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Claire said...

I agree, it was much to fleeting of a hello. We should definitely have a meet up, but before next year. And maybe before this wee one is born...?

Mon May 05, 10:14:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Kat Atonic said...

Eeeeeeee, yes! I've done that for Halloween, but never thought of making a web for beans to grow up! Thank you for this idea... I have string beans in a pot with nothing yet to climb, so this is what I'm going to do!

Tue May 06, 12:51:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous Lori said...

i love it!!

Tue May 06, 09:30:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Hurrayic said...

Cool spiderweb! I just saw your pants post - wow! A zipper? I'm intimidated by zippers. The pants look great and I love the hem.

Tue May 06, 10:58:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Abby said...

I LOVE the spider web idea! I am so going to do this in our garden. Thanks for the idea. By the way, I am lovin' your blog in general. Thanks for sharing.

Tue May 06, 12:20:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Alexis said...

What a great idea! And how pretty!


Tue May 06, 01:04:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Panhandle Jane said...

Now for the eternal question--Are you going to publish the pattern?
And the companion question--Do I have to swatch?

Wed May 07, 03:58:00 AM PDT  
Blogger kat said...

the web is very cool. i wonder how long until you have an actual web spun in? or maybe that's just my yard (sigh)

Thu May 08, 09:41:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Marisa said...

Maybe I need one of those! Something is out there eating my strawberries, and it ain't me! I'll be more spiders could take care of that for me.

Thu May 08, 10:49:00 PM PDT  
Blogger snow white and rose red said...

I've done something similar in my garden for my beans, I like to call them bean catchers! see what you think. I like the spider web idea too, it looks really good.

Fri May 09, 06:10:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Blogging Molly said...

i too would love more details on how you spun your web - my green beans need somewhere to climb.

Wed May 14, 02:37:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Lisa said...

I love your blog. I stumble upon it from time to time when blog surfing and always find it inspiring. I finally added it to my list of favorites!By the way I love the web- my kids keep asking me if they can make one out of my yarn- now they can make one with a higher purpose- a purpose other than yarn destruction!!

Fri May 16, 09:39:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Ravenhill said...

Wow, that must have taken some doing!

Sat May 17, 02:27:00 PM PDT  

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