a special levitation

This is the most recent lev­i­ta­tion shot, there are quite a few before this one, but I can’t wait to show you… 

… a new dress I made! :D



It’s from a pat­tern by Doris Chan and made with Mary Max­im Prism in a colour called Still Waters. It’s for going to a wed­ding in the fall :D The front clo­sure end­ed up back­wards, I don’t know how that hap­pened… but oh well. I real­ly love the yarn! And I love that the colour is called Still Waters. Was try­ing to do an inter­pre­tive lev­i­ta­tion of still waters. It’s unfor­tu­nate that I don’t have a bet­ter back­ground set­up for the pho­to. Maybe when I go to the wed­ding I can try again, some­thing to do between cer­e­mo­ny and recep­tion :D

I got moth­er of pearl but­tons from my favourite but­ton shop on Queen Street.

mother of pearl


More lev­i­ta­tion pho­tos to come! Have a great Fri­day! :D



11 thoughts on “a special levitation

  1. Oh, gosh, it is beau­ti­ful! It looks like some­thing from Mis­soni to me with the sub­tle stripes. Such a pret­ty yarn.

    I have a few books from Doris Chan, but still need to try a pat­tern. This one is lovely. :)

  2. OMG That dress is stun­ning! And looks great on you! Very sophis­ti­cat­ed and chic! I love it. Love Doris Chan pat­terns. Always awesome.

  3. Oh Trish, your dress is fab­u­lous! And it looks just per­fect on you. Of all the ones post­ed on Rav­el­ry, yours is by far the most beau­ti­ful. I’m so impressed that you got it done so far ahead of time! No won­der you’re float­ing in air!

  4. thank you so much every­one! i was a bit wor­ried about whether the dress is fan­cy enough for going to a wed­ding but now i’m reas­sured by all of your pos­i­tive com­ments! :D i’m so grate­ful! you’re awesome!! 

    i love doris chan pat­terns, but i always screw up at least one part of it and can’t find what i’ve done wrong… like the back­ward front closure! 

    now i just have to find shoes that will go with it! :D

  5. Wow what a won­der­ful dress, and suits you so well. It will be great­ly admired I am sure.
    The wool and colour is fanastic.

  6. thank you! it turned out bet­ter than i thought, the pat­tern was tricky! i love the yarn! it’s quite afford­able too. i will def­i­nite­ly use it again.

  7. O my goooooood­ness this is such a fab­u­lous dress!!!!!!!!!! so dis­ap­point­ed in myself for not keep­ing up with your blog ..just found this now, i LOVE IT! wow! just WOW!!!!!

    so tal­ent­ed my friend!

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