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Indovinello... / Riddle me this...

Sabato mattina ho comprato i miei primi gomitoli di cotone, incoraggiata dalla bella stagione che si avvicina a grandi passi (ieri ha nevicato, ma questo è un altro discorso). Per il mio primo lavoro ho scelto un filato piuttosto spesso, e per il colore mi è bastato guardarmi intorno per trovare l'ispirazione nei meravigliosi colori della primavera. 
Devo dire che procede a meraviglia, ho già usato due gomitoli su tre che ne avevo... indovinate cosa sto tessendo? 

Saturday morning I bought my very first cotton balls, encouraged by the incoming warm season (yesterday here it snowed, but nevermind it). For my first cotton item I chose a pretty thick thread, and for the colours I just took a look around at the marvelous colours of Spring and there I found my inspirations. 
I have to say that it's proceeding wonderfully, I've already used two out of three balls I had... can you guess what am I weaving?


  1. Ciao Cara ! Potrebbero essere altri guantini o uno scialle per le sere d'estate !Comunque sia buon lavoro e buona giornata, sa le cosa ti consola anche qui fa piuttosto freddo .

  2. ....di cotone, bello spesso, così colorato....a vederlo così sembrerebbe un inizio di scalda collo ...mah!!!! Quando lo posterai finito ....lo indovinerò sicuro........Buona giornata

  3. Hi !
    Beautiful colors for a...scarf ?
    Thanks for your visit ! I'm your new follower !
    Have a nice and cozy ( we have rain here ) day !

  4. Oh, what nice colors!! Will it become a cowl? Or a scarf?
    Have a nice day .-)

  5. Mah,anche a me sembra uno scalda collo ,ma non ci metterei la mano sul fuoco...comunque sia ,buon lavoro!(Pure qui é di nuovo inverno e le montagne sono copertE di neve!)

  6. Qualunque cosa sia mi piacciono moltissimo punto e colore!

  7. Very beautiful creations!!Kisses from Greece!!!


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