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Colori fuori stagione? / Out of season colours?

Un post veloce per mostrarvi uno dei lavori che ho realizzato a inizio mese, una richiesta per un regalo di compleanno, un set di cappello e sciarpa. Ho scelto lana 100 % acrilica e anallergica per necessità del destinatario, e ho unito due filati per creare i gomitoli con cui ho lavorato, scegliendo i colori preferiti del festeggiato. Mentre lavoravo pensavo che sarebbero i colori ideali da indossare nel periodo di Samhain (o Halloween), comunque nel tardo autunno, ma anche adesso non stonano, soprattutto nella neve. Il regalo in ogni caso è piaciuto molto, e a qualche settimana di distanza mi è stato confermato che entrambi i capi non danno problemi di irritazioni, perciò mi ritengo, ancora una volta, soddisfatta.

A quick post to show you one of the works I made in the beginning of February, a request for a birthday present, a matching hat and scarf. I used 100 % acrylic and anallergic wool, according to their future owner needs, and I combined the yarns myself to create the colour I was looking for, choosing the birthday boy favourite ones. As I worked I kept thinking these colours would be great to wear during Samhain (or Halloween) time, or in late Autumn anyway, but they look pretty nice in this period of the year too, especially among the snow. Their owner liked both items a lot, and he recently told me that neither of them causes him irritation problems, so I can say I'm once again satisfied with what I made.

 

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  1. What a perfect gift!! Beautiful. I agree, nice colors for Samhain time but also a wonderful color spot in grey February days, a hopeful ray of the light to come ;-). And it's wonderful that the set causes no allergic problems to the birthday boy! Great job, Melatia :-)
    Greetings, Nata

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  2. I colori sono più autunnali però sempre belli e caldi!!!!
    curiosando qua e là sono giunta qui. Un saluto

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