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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Mindy's Stole - Part I Don't Even Remember

I am now officially past the 3/4 mark on Mindy's Stole! It mostly looks like a pink alpaca interpretation of Swiss Cheese, but I have enormous faith in the blocking process. If the blocking doesn't work, does anyone know if Swiss Cheese comes in pink? Because I'll have to come up with another name for this thing. And just in case anyone cares (in between addressing Christmas cards, running to the post office, trying to find the bows, realizing you're out of sugar - AGAIN, and wondering why your credit card hasn't evaporated yet) Mindy's Stole is not the "Official" name of this stole. (Sorry Mindy.) It has a name, which will be unveiled when the pattern is ready. I have to create 3 more charts and knit them too, of course, and then I just do the edging and blocking and the stole is finished! I have to go now though, Mickael just walked in with more sugar and I've got some cookies to make.


Blogger Beth said...

I'm not sure I would trust pink swiss cheese.... :-)

12:18 PM  
Blogger Kat said...

Given that the orange colour in cheddar is something added during the manufacturing process, I think it might be possible to make edible pink swiss cheese. However, generic pink swiss cheese has probably been in your fridge too long! I too have faith in the power of blocking. But if all else fails, you could compare the central section to champagne bubbles. I think there may be pink sparkling wines.

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ooh! Ooh! I like what Kat said A LOT! Champagne bubbles are a very suitable second to cherry blossoms! Nice going Kat!


10:55 PM  

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