Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Grrrrr: New Knitty

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*Waves at anyone who's come over from Knitty* For those who haven't, the pattern's here.

Normal blogging will resume at the weekend. I've been ill, and busy at work. But I have a WIP (a summer cotton cardi) and a lovely bit of stash enhancement to show off, all of which I'll post about soon.

21 comments:

ponyknit said...

YAY!~ wicked cute! I think my 1.5 yr. old triplet nephews need those! How long do you think three will take?

Alice said...

reply also posted to ponyknit's blog:

Ooo, I have no idea, depends how fast a knitter you are! I'd imagine each cloth could be done in an evening, maybe two. So if you were on a deadline you could probably push three out in less than a week.

Amy said...

I love them so much! They're my favorite thing in the new knitty..

Jennifer said...

These are awesome, great use of the loop stitch!

Christie said...

Those are too cute! It's my fave thing from Knitty too!

Tania said...

Grrrr is so adorable, I had to make one immediately after I saw it. It turned out really cute! I'm trying to hurry up and finish my current project so I can make more!

schrodinger said...

Feel better!!

Lindsey said...

Hope you're feeling better!

Marisa said...

Just came over here from knitty... I've been trying to find something to do with some yellow cotton yarn I have lying around, and this is perfect! Thanks!

Ellen said...

One of my faves from this issue- so cute!

Lara said...

BRILLIANT!!! I love the Aslan-ness of them - I used to have an Aslan t-shirt when I was younger and loved him a lot. Recently tried to re-read it and find it all a bit religious for me! I will deffo be making one of these when I am back from my holidays!

Stacey said...

When I saw those on Knitty I just smiled - really big - I mean really, can you get any cuter????????

Kristy said...

I love Grr! It's so cute :) It's one of my favorite Knitty patterns this time around.

Veronique said...

So cute :)

aija said...

I love your washcloth! I have some leftover orange cotton fleece that may be a nice fit...

thomasina said...

Great pattern. I replaced all my washing-up sponges with Mason-Dixon dishcloths a while back and now I can replace my plastic shower puffs too!

Susan said...

You've done it again. Genius! I love this pattern and will be knitting up a stack of cloths for baby showers. Thank you!!

Prunila said...

I love this pattern at Knitty! Also my fave! I enjoy a lot your designs, we want more!!! And I will do the socks with hearts, I don't know when but I keep looking at your blog :-)))

Jackie said...

Thank you for this!!! I've made 3 already. They took me about 1.5 hours each after getting the loop stitch mastered.
My friends just had a baby and I could just tell he needed these. :)

Sara M said...

I found the pattern on knitty a few days ago and already made one for my cousin's little boy. I am deviating from the color selection into something that is not orange. The pattern was so nice and fun when I got use to it. Keep up the great work!oqydjk

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