10 February, 2009

Camera Mittens

They are finally done. I used Noro Kochoran for them and totally love how the yarn feels on my skin, very soft. I also love the color way of it. Also I have frogged so many time while knitting the thumbs, I still think they are too long... I worn the mittens to shoot some pictures tonight, and they worked really well!


Super Bowl sale... I know, it's a bit late to blog about it, but hey, who doesn't want to see more yarn, right? The 2 balls of fixation in the pictures were what I got from a yarn swap at Peaceful Knitter's superbowl party. It was an awesome day, and I laughed and ate alot!!!


After I got home, Andrew and I watched a bit of superbowl. We knew that there was some 3-D thingy right before the half time show, so we were ready...


I have been taking pictures with my dad's "old school" camera, trying to get to use it for the photography class. I am very very super excited that I will get to use the dark room late on, however, I need to overcome m
y fear of total darkness... good luck to me!!!


5 comments:

BeccaH said...

Yay for finished items! I love that first cat photo and the one with the tiaras! Nice job!

Firemanshunny said...

Dark rooms arent usually completely dark. A red light is used instead of the a normal light. Photo paper is not affected by the red light. Film on the other hand has to be loaded on to reel for developing in complete darkness. most of the time a box with holes for your arms are used. You will be fine. Your pictures are really nice. You look like you are really getting the hang of it.

emileeknits said...

Those mittens turned out great!

knelleyknits said...

You're so clever! I love the mittens. You're quite the photographer!

Anonymous said...

i want 1 of those glasses....