Friday, 4 November 2016
Kindergarten Cheat Sheet and Other Knitting Fables
Carolyn liked her afghan bathrobe so much she saw no need to ever change out of it, not even when she was running away from home.
Debbie had never really learned to do without her kindergarten cheat sheet, but she had managed to make her dependency on it less obvious.
Ariel's fishnet and bikini installation was a big hit at the Merpeople Art Gallery. As a lot of the attendees told her, it not only made an important political statement but was also wearable and a nice change from the usual seashell cup bra.
Ursula's fishnet ballgown design was equally admired, and Ariel and Ursula began to form a grudging respect for one another.
For Gwendolyn, hand dyeing her yarn was a spiritual experience.
When Sakiko, Miyo, and Toshi decided to rebrand their knitting club as an imperial court of knitting, their first step was to knit themselves suitable ceremonial robes.
Blair and Ashley thought their "sexy medieval lady knight" costumes had turned out rather well.
During her trip to the beach, Chelsea's post modern bathing cap had proven more or less satisfactory, but her knitted life preserver had turned out to be a life hazard because it immediately become waterlogged. Worse, she hadn't even happened to pick a day when the hot lifeguard was on duty.
During her day at the beach, Adrienne was disappointed that everyone was too busy rescuing Chelsea to pay attention to the new bathing suit she'd styled out of her knitted swatches.
Brenna was delighted that she had finally found a way to put her surplus fridge magnets to good use.