Knitting and Crochet Blog Week 2014 – Day 3: Photography

Photography day! When I was wandering about the house for Day 1, I couldn’t help but notice that my box of swatches was getting pretty full.

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Maybe…I could make a picture with them??

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Yes! A flower! A Sun obscured by a cloud! A giant bee!

I like to think that somewhere today, Neil Buchanan felt an inexplicable wave of disappointment for a split second.

 

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All of my posts for this week are collected here.

You can see what everyone else is posting here.

 

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16 responses to “Knitting and Crochet Blog Week 2014 – Day 3: Photography

  1. Love it, that looks like a fun game to play with my kids!

  2. NOT ENOUGH PEEEEVEEEEAIEEEEEE!

  3. I had to look up Neil Buchanan. So many cultural references pass me by since we ditched the goggle box – but not knitting ones. Oh, no. Knitting, I understand. And swatches ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Love the photo, but especially the Art Attack reference! I really loved that show as a child ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Very creative, love it!

  6. +50 points for Neil Buchanan reference. Now I kind of want to organise a larger scale one of these with other knitters…

  7. caityrosey

    And now I need to look up Neil Buchanan…

  8. Your post almost makes me wish I bothered to swatch! I also loved Art Attack!

  9. You get the prize for best use of swatches (even better than seaming together for a blanket)!

  10. Your bee is awesome-sauce! Had to Pin that swatch landscape for future giggles.

  11. What a creative idea. I was stumped for this one but I wish I had come up with something….

  12. Nice photo (^O^)/ I loved Art Attack, too! !

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