All photos shared with the permission of each knitter.
Click the links on each pattern name or photo to read more about each pattern on my blog.
Moza's Lovely 'Westport Blanket':
In April, I received a sweet message from Moza sharing this lovely work-in-progress photo of the Westport Blanket. Her blanket looks gorgeous!! The light, neutral yarn color allows her beautiful stitches to shine. She is using DMC Natura Just Cotton XL yarn in the ‘Cream’ colorway. It’s a super bulky weight yarn that’s available in 30 colorways.
|Westport Blanket made by Moza|
My Westport Blanket knitting pattern is available on Ravelry, Etsy and LoveKnitting.
Here's another Westport Blanket made by Jenny. These are two of several wonderful project photos Jenny shared on Ravelry. She used Bernatt Softee Chunky super bulky yarn in the 'True Grey' colorway. Her finished blanket looks fabulous!
|Westport Blanket project by Jenny|
|Love this photo Jenny captured when she started her Westport Blanket project!|
Kim's Beautiful Blue 'Piece of Home' Blanket:
Kim shared this pretty blue version of the Piece of Home blanket on her @jediknightling Instagram page and on Ravelry. I love how she included a little Lego mini-figure in each of her photos! Her finished blanket measures 56" wide x 68" long...that's big cozy blanket!
|Piece of Home blanket made by Kim|
Kim used an acrylic yarn called Spotlight Value Ball Spot Saver USA Style in the 'Peacock' colorway. The results are beautiful!
|Piece of Home blanket: work-in-progress by Kim.|
Ruth also made the Piece of Home blanket in this lovely 'Rosebud' colorway of Berroco Comfort Worsted. She made this pretty pink blanket as a gift for her friend's first granddaughter....so sweet!
|Ruth's Piece of Home blanket project|
It was so fun to spot this Instagram photo of Sandy's 'Where the Sidewalk Ends' blanket carefully blocked and drying outdoors on a sunny spring day. She used Valley Yarns Valley Superwash Bulky in 'Colonial Blue' for her blanket project. And...how about that darling little cardigan?! Sandy used the Frida Baby Cardigan knitting pattern from WEBS Yarns.
'Where the Sidewalk Ends' blanket knitting pattern is available on Ravelry, LoveKnitting and Etsy.
|Sandy's 'Where the Sidewalk Ends' blanket project.|
Dawn's Beautiful 'Boulevard Blanket':
Dawn made this striped version of The Boulevard Blanket using Caron Chunky Cakes in the 'Plum Perfect' colorway. The yarn is self striping in a super bulky weight. The yarn worked beautifully with this easy to knit pattern!
The Boulevard Blanket knitting pattern is FREE everyday on Ravelry and LoveKnitting.
|The Boulevard Blanket made by Dawn|
Sherri's Splendid 'On the Porch' Blanket:
I love this close-up photo of Sherri's cheerful, green On the Porch blanket that she shared on Instagram. She made her beautiful blanket with Blue Sky Fibers Organic Cotton worsted weight yarn in the 'Pickle' colorway.
On the Porch blanket knitting pattern is available on Ravelry, LoveKnitting and Etsy.
|On the Porch blanket knit by Sherri - using Blue Sky Fibers Organic Cotton|
Thank you so much to Moza, Jenny, Kim, Ruth, Sandy, Dawn and Sherri for sharing their Fifty Four Ten Studio project photos....and for allowing me to share their beautiful photos with you here on my blog. It's such a treat to see how other knitters use my knitting patterns!
|Thanks for sharing your Fifty Four Ten Studio project photos!|
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Ravelry Projects: It's so fun to see all the Fifty Four Ten Studio projects that have been shared on Ravelry. I try to look for recently shared projects every month or so.
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Photos selected based on an attractive project and interesting, clear project photos. Taking good quality photos can take some practice. But, it's easier than ever to practice photography skills thanks to the amazing capabilities of the cameras on most smart phones.
Tips for taking photos of your knitting projects:
- Natural light is best! Turn off lamps and ceiling lights. Arrange your project near a window with soft daylight or take your project outside.
- Avoid harsh, direct sunlight. An overcast day is great for photos.
- Turn off the flash on your camera.
- Take at least 10 photos. Try different angles. Pick your favorites and delete the rest!
- If you don't like how the photos turn out...try a different location.
|My current knitting project - working on a new design|
using Spud & Chloe 'Sweater' yarn in the 'Splash' colorway.
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