Sunday, August 3, 2008

Can you Guess what is it?



Okay Windmill, this one is for you.
This is what I came up with with the number SEVEN.
Do you like it? Is it like what you expected?
Just be honest with me.
I don't want to sell to anyone anything that don't really click with them.
As you can see, I've not cut the lifelines yet, so I can still change it if necessary.
It is only 9" wide and about 3" tall, so a bit smaller than what you asked.

Sorry that it is still rainbow-ish. Maybe I should have closed my eyes and pulled out any ball of yarn I touched instead. But thought that it would look ugly if the colours are too random.

Anyway, the story behind it is that the brown represents the soil, blue water, green grass, and the orange, red, yellow and purple represents flowers.

And when I looked at it, it kind of reminds me of the dessert Ice Kachang. The brown can be chocolate condensed milk, blue ice, green syrup, orange jelly, red kacang, yellow and purple I don't know, more syrup maybe?

Or, it can be a sombero.

Or, when people asks what is it, you can simply say that it is a physical representation of a circular hyperbolic structure with n=7. Which means that I increased the stitch by one every seventh stitch. It is made with seven beginning stitch in the round, seven rows of brown, six rows of blue, five rows of green, four rows of orange, three rows of red, two rows of yellow, and one row of purple.

2 comments:

Wind Mill said...

Melisa,

I wish I could wear that and walk around the streets in Indonesia.

It would attract a host of girls towards me. :)

It is a beautiful piece and now I have to think how to protect the material so that it will serve as a showpiece.

And no I do not have any changes to add to what you have accomplished with such fine styling.

Thank you for all the time, imagination and artistic effort you put in creating the item for me.

Please let me know that cost as soon as you have assayed it.

We shall discuss on how it is to be sent to me.

Thank you very much once again.

Ira said...

First thing that popped into my mind that it was a sombrero ^^ Is it actually a sombrero ? It's beautiful, I love the color. Great job Melisa ^^

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