Thursday, October 20, 2011

I'm obsessed lately with .... Shrugs!!

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                                    Shrugs!!!!
   De repente, el otoño ha hecho su tímida aparición por estas tierras, los días son más cortos...  el sol juega al escondite detrás de las nubes... y hay menos luz natural para hacer brillar los colores, así que apetece sentarse cómodamente en un sillón y disfrutar de algunos ratos de tranquilidad con las agujas en la mano, tejiendo... o en este caso, con el crochet.


   Suddenly, the fall has made a timid appearance in these  parts, days are shorter... sun plays hide and seek behind the clouds ... and there is less natural light to brighten colors, so I need to sit comfortably on a couch and enjoy some relaxing time with needles in my hands, knitting... or in this case, with crochet.

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    La idea principal es hacer el cuerpo de crochet y los puños y la cintura con dos agujas, todo depende de lo que cunda el hilo, ya que solamente hay tres ovillos de este suave algodón en mi color favorito, el color lavanda...
  De todos modos y estoy realmente obsesionada con el cubre-hombros de la primera foto de Natalie Wood... tan bonito! y ya estoy en la caza de hilo rojo y perlas para hacer uno igual que ese...
   Y en otro orden de cosas.

  The main idea is to make the body of crochet and knitting cuffs and waistband, all dependes on how the thread fester because there are only three balls in this soft cotton in my favorite color,  lavender...
    Anyway, I´m really obsessed with the  red shrug in the first picture of Natalie Wood... so cute!!! and I´m in the "hunt" about red thread and beads to make one just like that...
                        And in another area...

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  El domingo pasado, cuando paseaba con Mr. A por la parte antigua de la ciudad, buscando algún lugar para las fotos de mi último post, me llevé un pequeño susto... yo me encontré con este panorama desde lejos cuando íbamos caminando, mi primer pensamiento cuando yo vi el hombre tumbado en el suelo y gente a su alrededor fué,  un accidente!
   Afortunadamente unos pasos más adelante, yo entendí la situación... un grupo de alemanes sacando fotos a una modelo... quizá para un anuncio, o para alguna revista de moda...


  Las Sunday, while hubby and me was walking in the old part of town, looking for somewhere place for photos of my last post, I got a little scare.. I came across this scene from we were walking away, my first thought when I saw the man lying on the ground and people around him was an accident!!
   Fortunately a few steps later, I understood the situation... a group of Germans taking pictures of a model... perhaps to an advertisement or for any fashion magazine...

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   Esta era la sufrida chica que aguantó durante horas en la misma posición y con la misma sonrisa mientras el grupo de la revista, sacaba fotos, retocaba el maquillaje y tomaba imágenes desde todas las posiciones posibles...

   This was the suffering girl who endured for hours in the same position and with the same smile as the group of the magazine, taking photos, touch up her makeup and took pictures from every possible position...
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   Así que si usted "tropieza" con la imagen de la modelo en cualquier revista, por favor, me gustaría saber de ello...
    So if you "stumble" with this image of the model in any magazine, please, I´ll love to know about it...
                           Meanwhile, happy week!!

20 comments:

  1. I am waiting on the end your lavender "something"
    red and pearls is absolutely amazing
    have a nice week

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  2. Sweterli wonderful. I'm waiting for yours. Modeling work is not easy.

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  3. Que bonitos esos sueters? mangas? toreras? son muy practicas para cuando el clima no es tan frio , la chica de la primera foto se parece a Katie Holmes, no crees? por cierto, ojala encuentres el estambre rojo y las perlas, estoy segura que te quedara igualito ya que eres super talentosa!

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  4. ¡Que coincidencia! I've been thinking about shrugs as well. El tuyo en ese color lavanda quedara lindisimo. Las calles de la ciudad en donde vives se ven perfectas para un "photo shoot" de revista.

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  5. That lavender is such a pretty colour! It will be beautiful when finished.

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  6. Looks amazing already Rosy! I'll look forward to seeing your finished shrug!

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  7. I love the first red shrug. It looks fabulous because of the little white pearls details. Very nice.

    leather bags

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  8. love the colour, cannot wait for the photoshoot...

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  9. Your lavender is such a lovely color....it will beautiful as a shrug :)

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  10. Wow! Pretty knitting, pretty pictures, and I like your pretty new blog.

    Very very cool to watch a "real" photoshoot. :)

    By the way, I just dropped a long-overdue pattern in the mail to you. Was cleaning out my sewing room, picked up a stack of fabric and viola, your pattern. I do apologize for the delay.

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  11. That red shrug with beads is adorable...
    I once saw a real fashion shoot, and then was very amused to walk on and see that from the back the model had clothes pegs all up her back and up the back of each arm too, pulling in her top! So funny!! I just wish I had had my camera with me...

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  12. I love shrugs too and the red shrug with the pearls is gorgeous. Can't wait to see the lavender finished it's such a pretty colour.

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  13. Gasp! That shrug is going to be beautiful!

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  14. Hace años que no hago crochet; aunque les hice una colcha a cada una de mis hijas con lanas que pedí a vecinos y amigos.
    Feliz finde, Rosy.
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  15. Que lindo te esta quedando! Ese punto de crochet es precioso. Me gusta tu idea de hacerle la mango con dos agujas.

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  16. Such gorgeous beautiful crochet work.I wish I could crochet as neatly as you do! I love the amethyst colour of the yarn also...one of my favourite colours at the moment.
    By the way I have nominated you for an award over at my blog if you care to take a look!x

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  17. ¡Ey Rosy! Me encanta el nuevo look de tu blog :D Y la opción del doble lenguaje se agradece mucho, jeje ^^ ¡Un besito grande desde tierras terorenses!

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  18. How I would love to visit your "old" part of town...so beautiful.

    Your shrug is looking lovely and now I have learned what your favorite color is:)

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  19. I love the shell pattern! What pattern are you using for the shrug?

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