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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Is this where Ramen Noodles come from?

This morning this was a cute little tank top type of sweater, now it looks like ramen noodles. Why, you might ask, did I unravel an entire sweater, which in my own words I described as "cute?" Because, dear reader, I messed up the lace pattern and did ssk where I was supposed to do k2tog. Quel Horreur! you gasp. I know, it wasn't a big thing, but I knew it was there, it drove me nuts, and I couldn't wear the silly thing, so some picking out ends, a lot of unravelling and here you have it...the unsweater. I will soak the yarn to get the noodly look out of it, then reknit it, probably using this pattern, which is my all time favorite tank top pattern. Its got curves, it looks great on, and you don't have to worry about bra strap peekaboo, because the underarm is high enough and shoulders are wide enough. I've knit it once already and I just love it! The yarn is Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece in the worsted weight, which I find comfortable to wear until the temp goes over 95 (that's Farenheit, by the way).


Anonymous Genius of a Brother said...

But won't your armpit hair show, even if your bra strap won't?

2:55 PM  

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