Wednesday, October 03, 2007

How NOT to work stranded color.

8 comments:

Sheepish Annie said...

I'm not so good with the colorwork...but even I can see the problem there.

Em said...

But EVERYthing's better with a cat!


--this message brought to you by the felines for brainwashing humans into thinking we're cute when we piss them off society

Pearls Mother said...

It's strange that when you just get settled and into the groove of knitting,
a cat miraculously appears in you lap.
On a good day I have one on my lap and one on the arm of the chair waiting for a vacancy on the lap,
hmmm, i suppose you would have the same problem, but with a kitty and the goober!

Hobbygåsa said...

It is great having a cozy cat, but sometimes it could be a bit much... Great colors and pattern!! (Eh, on the sweater...)

catnurse said...

Try knitting a sweater for the cat, put it on her, then see how much she hangs around when you're knitting! (OK, yes, I'll admit I knit a sweater for my cat. But a hairless cat in Wisconsin needs a sweater)
I haven't started my strikke-a-long yet, I'm not happy with my hand-dyed yarn. I have to give it another bath this weekend.

B said...

That cat's as bad as the kids! :) Did you make those charts on the computer?

debsnm said...

But, he loves you!!

Roxie said...

If you didn't need the cat, the cat would not be there. Cats know better than humans. this is a fact of life. (If your tummy is ooky, you need comforting.)