The knitathon…

knitathon
Hats and hats

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17 thoughts on “The knitathon…”

  1. Latha says:

    Hi Lakshmi,

    kudos to you:) they look splendid. the cable work in green and white has me mesmerised;) is it all for your kid?

  2. priya says:

    gorgeous.I have not started on cables yet but in the process to do so. Trying to find a suitable yarn. do u use a needle for the cables?could u post the yarn & the pattern / links to the pattern ?TY very much

  3. usha says:

    Hi Lakshmi,

    Wow!!!looks excellent…colour combination is very good…

  4. Priya says:

    Those look so cute Lakshmi. I love the grey one with the scarf like addition to it and I absolutely adore the ball of wool at the ends of the purple one..makes it so much fun to wear :))

  5. Lakshmi says:

    Awesome knittings and paintings. Could you let me know from where did you learn those paintings posted. I am going to India in March and would love to learn .

  6. shilpa says:

    Wow lakshmi…those look so beautiful. Perfect for a cold weather.

  7. Suganya says:

    Thank God, you are back. You can still cook and knit like she does. Have a great year ahead.

  8. Latha says:

    Hi Lakshmi,

    thought you might be interested in this website for many beautiful knitting patterns: http://www.knitty.com. I’ve knit couple of projects from here and they’re real good.

  9. Latha says:

    Hi Lakshmi,

    thought you might be interested in this website for many beautiful knitting patterns: http://www.knitty.com. I’ve knit couple of projects from here and they’re real good.

  10. Rumya says:

    My favorite color is purple and green. You are so talented. Excellent job.

  11. Rumya says:

    My favorite color is purple and green. You are so talented. Excellent job.

  12. Lekha says:

    stumbled across your blog looking for veg pulao recipe.
    Where can I learn to knit such professional looking hats? Are you self-taught?

  13. Lekha says:

    stumbled across your blog looking for veg pulao recipe.
    Where can I learn to knit such professional looking hats? Are you self-taught?

  14. Janet says:

    I was just in Chennai and was told that no one was a knitter – and then came home and found your blog. Are there knitting shops in Chennai?
    Great recipes – looking forward to trying them. And any suggestions for a South Indian cookbook in English?

    1. lakshmiammal says:

      Yep, RS fancy store in Paris has all kinda craft things, though I was not able to find circular knitting needle there. They do have a branch in Adyar near by periyapalayathamman temple. For cookbooks I would recommend Mallika Badrinath’s cook book series.

  15. Janet says:

    I was just in Chennai and was told that no one was a knitter – and then came home and found your blog. Are there knitting shops in Chennai?
    Great recipes – looking forward to trying them. And any suggestions for a South Indian cookbook in English?

    1. lakshmiammal says:

      Yep, RS fancy store in Paris has all kinda craft things, though I was not able to find circular knitting needle there. They do have a branch in Adyar near by periyapalayathamman temple. For cookbooks I would recommend Mallika Badrinath’s cook book series.

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