Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Aaaaaaaaaaand Nooooooooooow . . .

Ladies and gentlemen (mostly ladies, though), I present to you, the amazing time made in my projects over the past few days!

First up, the Kauni Cardigan! (clapclapclapclapclapclapwooooooclapclapclapclapclapyeahclapclapclapclapclap)

Before . . .


Aaaaaaand, After!Thank you! Thank you!

Nnnnnnnext . . . the Kiogu vest! (clapclapclapclapclapknittersrockclapclapclapclapclapclapgoEricaclapclapclap)

Before . . .

Aaaaaaaaand, after!

Thank you! You're too kind! Thank you!

And now, most impressive of all, the knitted object that was only a few rows long two days ago, the one with the finest gauge, and the only one with a technique which Erica had no prior experience with . . . . The lace (and lace weight!) shawl!!! (clapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclap)

(keep in mind, ladies and gentlemen, that it will look much better once blocked)

Thank You! Thank you! I couldn't have done it alone! It was a team effort, and I'd like to thank all the little people who helped me get where I am today! Just let me get out my little speech here . . .(Ahem) First, my needles. I could not possibly have done it without their constant support and metallic refusal to break! They are the noblest of needles, humble in their . . .(Hey! Psst, you! Get her off the stage! she's not supposed to be up there, this is a knitting blog!) . . . And without my darning needle, I would have been FORCED to use my . . . Hey! Hey, let go of me! It's my blog, and I'll brag excessively if I want to! Hey! Where are you taking me! Put me down! Hey! Hey! . . .

Ladies and gentlemen, we are experiencing technical and bragging difficulties, we will return to your scheduled knitting blog when we have our main knitter under control (which could take a day or two, plus yarn withdrawal therapy) thank you for your cooperation, and please exit to your right, through the double doors.

1 comment:

barkertj said...

Applause, applause! You've done an amazing job! It's worth a little boasting, for sure!

Love, Mom