Autumn winds always drift me into yarn shops.
I won't be knitting one of those in a hurry!I love the amigurumi stuff, it's so damn cute.
That JPG, crazy fellow.Love the amigurumi, very cool!
That Gaultier pic is hilarious! I love amigurumi too, one of these days I'm gonna focus on learning some crochet skills for that. :)
I love to knit bt have been a little concerned about how much of a slug I have become. I'm trying to walk every day, but I'm not keeping up with that promise. Knitting is a sport, I suppose, only when I walk an knit at the same time--but then I'm walking pretty slowly. Basically I wish I had more hours in each day--enough to knit and exercise. That huge Gaultier dress would take too much of my precious time....
Yeah, right, like I'd be caught dead wearing spiked heels, panties, shirt and sweater in public. (#3)Or tights, no shoes, huge sweater coat, and no freakin' bra. (#9)And what's with the growth coming out of that last chick's head? (#18)And why can't those women gain a few pounds and look normal?
LOL.........No honey, your hips look just fine!
Now there's a sweater that would fit over even my hips!
You are such fashionista digging these pictures and links up. Amigurami, so cute! and I agree, Knitting is NOT a sport. Hang in there! I support you.
Great blog! Love all your pictures! Where do you find this stuff? The amigurumi is so cute!
I would consider knitting a calling in my case. I hope you have a fab trip to London. check out Books For Cooks and dine at Moro. Patricia Roberts' yarn is $$$$, opt for John Lewis or Liberty instead. Man, what are you going to knit on the plane?
So much knitting for somtething that not-useful! But the pattern would be grat in a cardigan :-)
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