23 February 2013

Malabrigo Infinity


Infinito con Malabrigo
(Crochet)




In one of my travels, I treated myself to a very special yarn: Malabrigo "Rios" in color Piedras (which is not available where I live).  
En uno de mis viajes el año pasado, me di el gusto de comprarme una lana muy especial: Malabrigo "Ríos", tono Piedras (no está disponible donde vivo). 



I tried several knit patterns with it, but was not satisfied.  Then I thought of trying the “Soft Infinity”, and I loved the outcome…
Probé varios patrones tejidos, pero ninguno me convenció.    Luego la probé con el “Infinito Suave”, y me encantó el resultado…  



A wooden button for the crochet strip.
Un botón de madera para la tira de crochet.



It is so soft!  
¡Es tan suave!


Video Tutorial (Paso a paso en video, en inglés):
* in my post: Soft Infinity

28 comments:

  1. Los colores preciosos y muy favorecedores.

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  2. Really beautiful how this turned out.

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  3. Those colours are gorgeous, as is your completed cowl. It looks deliciously cosy.
    Enjoy wearing it.

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  4. Love the pretty blend of colors. Very nice!

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  5. Bonitos colores :)

    Lluisa x

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  7. Very nice colour ;-)

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  8. Wow, so beautiful!! ♥ The scarves you showed in the other post as well :-).And thanks for linking up the video. I had to grab yarn and hook immediately and try ;-). Have a nice Sunday!

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  9. It's beautiful Ana such lovely earthy colours :)

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  10. Lovely cowl and the colour really brings out your pretty eyes :)

    S x

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    1. Thanks, Sandra. It is not actually me in the photo, but my niece ;-) [maybe I should have pointed that out in the text...]

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  11. It's so beautiful you are so clever x

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  12. A really nice result! I love these brown shades. Last year I red an interview with you. You spoke something about the programm you use for stamping pictures. It would be very friendly, if you can tell us / me again which programm it is. Have a good week! Sabine.

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    1. Hi, Sabine. I usually use picmonkey. It is a free photo editor (only some features are paid), very friendly to use.

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    2. Thank you for telling us the photo editor! Greetings from Germany! Sabine.

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  13. Que lana tan bonita.

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  14. Yet another beautiful infinity scarf! I've never tried one, but I'm convinced now...I must do this! Also love all the wonderful things that have come out of your Stashbuster challenge. I haven't formally signed up, but I'm doing this along with you and having a whole lot of fun.

    I enjoy every single post you write. So nice to go somewhere where the writing is always gentle, kind, clear, and inspired. You're quite a photographer, too.

    From an appreciative reader in another country :)

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    1. Thank you so much, Annie, for your lovely comments. I encourage you to try this infinity. It is very easy and comes out nice and soft. You are more than welcome to join us in the challenge. Do it at your own pace, and if you want to share photos with us, don´t hesitate...
      ♥ Ana BC

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  15. Hola Ana.!!!! hermoso tu nuevo blog, bello bello y este modelo me tiene loca.!!!! ya lo harè y la lana es preciosa.
    Te dejo un abrazo, que te encuentres muy bien.!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Hola, Karina! Justamente estaba pensando en ti, pues no había oído de ti... Te recomiendo hacerlo, pues es MUY fácil, y queda divino.

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  16. La lana es absolutamente maravillosa!!

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  17. The yarn is really very nice. And your neck warmer is nice too.

    Thank you for your visit on my blog :-)

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  18. Me encanta el color de la lana, además resalta el color de tus ojos, es genial!

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  19. wonderful, i love this yarn, its so beautiful ,
    quel col splendide !

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  20. Lovely scarf, and I love love love the malabrigo!

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