Friday, October 13, 2006

Happy Friday the 13th!

And may I state that only Rachael would dare to procreate and spring forth her only daughter on this day! HAPPY BIRTHDAY JILLY!

In other news!



I want to design a pattern to make this shirt!



I had to scribble the other girl out of it she was too cute and taking all the attention away from the shirt!

Thrown by MsFortuknit @ 5:37 PM

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I kinda thought maybe you had a little rage going on there!

I've seen something like that in an old Vogue Knitting--I'll try to find it.

Ahhh, flu. Nyquil will make a wonderful bedfellow tonight.

Thrown by Blogger Severina @ 7:02 PM #
 

I must try the scribbel technique, mostly I cut pictures out of magazines and then cut their heads off.

Very satisfying I find.

But on the important topic,the shirt is nice, I'm keen to see what you come up with.

Thrown by Blogger Suzi @ 7:34 PM #
 

great shirt

has a lovely neckline

Thrown by Blogger Obsidian Kitten @ 11:58 PM #
 

I love that right chick's whole outfit. I may have to try that scribble technique too. It's probably quite therapeutic.

Thrown by Blogger Glaistig @ 8:20 AM #
 

with a bit of editing...this sweater could be a close twin.

Thrown by Blogger Lani @ 4:34 PM #
 

oooh, lani, i like that pattern--it looks like something even i cd make. maybe that'll be my first stab at something with sleeves. should be easy enough to make the sleeves longer, eh?

and anything with a yarn called chinchilla, lol

i'd do it all in black tho, methinks, or in one solid color rather than with the silver or a contrasting color...hm

Thrown by Blogger Obsidian Kitten @ 8:32 AM #
 

I agree...all one color. All black, or a dark purple, dark red...YUMMY! The sleeves are cast on as you go...to make the sleeves longer you could just cast on more stitches than the original pattern calls for.

The persephone top has been on my "to knit" list for a while now. I may have to make one this winter for me...LOL! Must find some nice yarn and a pretty color first.

Thrown by Blogger Lani @ 9:58 AM #
 

Thanks lana!

I have that pattern its super cute! By the way, did you know that Persiphone means bat? hahaha

Thrown by Blogger msfortuknit @ 1:39 PM #
 
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