April 2, 2006
Finally I have a picture of the Cookies and Cream dress that I made last weekend. It is, shall we say, form fitting and will perhaps be an incentive to do the elliptical in the weeks to come...
The previous photo, while being the best one of the dress that I had, does not show the newest news Chez Villain. That's right. Villain got glasses. It is still totally weird and I feel like I am wearingsome kind of mask, but boy can I see better. I mean, who knew that trees were sharp? I guess everyone but me. Well, now I know.
I also made this little Lucky Cat Skirt last night. The pattern is a little strange: there are these weird holes on the sides that (hopefully) will be covered by the folds, but I guess we will see. No zipper, so it was really fast, but hemming a circle skirt is a bitch. So. much. fabric. I will test it out at work today.
The cabled sweater is coming along, though it seems like I should be done already. Only one sleeve to go. I should be able to make some progress on it tonight. I wish I could knit at work, but alas.
In the same yarn, I made Knit and Tonic's last minute purled beret (minus the turning it inside out bit). I actually had to knit it twice. The first time, though I got gauge, it was super big and unwearable. I attempted to simply cut off the ribbing and reknit it, but that failed miserably. Then I decided to just redo the whole thing. I adjusted the # of stitches and needle size for the ribbing et voila! When I was small I loved berets, but now I am not so sure... Time will tell if I actually wear the thing.
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