Monday, June 08, 2009

So that I might meet minimum standards. . .

and still technically qualify as a Knitting Blogger:



There. I made something.

It's the Umbilical Cord Hat from Stitch N' Bitch.
Debbie Bliss Cashmerino.

(Model: Manook Manookawooka Von Mischief)

8 comments:

Kev said...

That turned out really well. I saw that project when it was started. Both times.

SiressYorkie said...

I had the weirdest dream about you last night.

I dreamt that I was hanging out at your house with your kids, sitting on the sofa watching some telly, when this giant cockroach went crawling across the floor. Not just a domestic one, the HUGE man-eating ones like you see in the Amazon Jungle type thing. Tito bent down and picked it up, saying, "Mom could probably cook this up for dinner..."

You were sitting in an armchair saying, "Yeah, I could, but I'm not making my kids eat cockroach just yet" and lit up another cigarette.

Tito kept trying to get me to hold it, but I refused...then the roach turned into a giant Maine lobster, and you told him to go put it out on the front lawn for a while.

The whole time, AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" was playing in the background.

If I visited you, would you make me eat cocklobster? Cause I don't think I could stomach that.

ZantiMissKnit said...

You knit? No way!!!





You can tell me to fuck off any time you'd like.

Batty said...

That hat came out great, and I love your model! He has a fabulous career of parties, dieting and cocaine ahead of him if he gets discovered.

Kev said...

No "cocklobster" jokes??

I'd only be worried if she tried to bake it into a cake.

Penny Karma said...

Cakelobster?


Zanti, you twat. :P

Kashmir Knitter said...

Apart from the cockroach that dream sounded awesome, Yorkie.

Is the hat for Perfect Baby? I have to catch up on the blog, I've been busy.

Also, best name for a stuffed animal ever!

Kev said...

I wasn't going to comment, but my verification word is "mordr" which as Penny the Geek will tell you is one letter off from Mordor, the evil kingdom in The Lord of The Rings, which featured little, if any, knitting.

And just so everyone knows, PK's work was "featured" in yet another publication.