Item 1 to go is Hundred of Sheep by Sangmi Lee. This was on my list because I wanted to make this sweater for my stepmom. For Christmas, I started (and have yet to finish!) a scarf with one sheep on it. I think that's enough.
|Bye Sheepy Sweater!|
|Bye Stockinette! Besides, I got a sweater VERY similar to you for my birthday!|
|Bye One Skein Bags! Maybe in the future?|
|Besides, I'm not much of a Grrlfriend anyway|
|Bye Second Stockinette Sweater (and hello alliteration!)|
|I don't want to make you as is, but maybe I can cheat a little. ;)|
|It's nothing personal! My ideal sweater dress would be cowl-neck, short-sleeved, and pink and cream boucle yarn.|
|I just noticed that is not a free pattern. Five dollars?! No thanks.|
|Bye ribbed sweater! As a rule, I love Knitty patterns, and this look like it would fit really well. Still, though, I have to say no because I know it would never get finished.|
|Yes, I could probably modify the pattern to make a button band, but I don't know as much about knitting as I do sewing. It would most likely end in disaster. Bye Cardigan!|
Items 12 and 13 are both Pierrot (Gosyo Co., Ltd): Beauty Silk Cotton Motif Sweater (right) and 28-25 French-sleeve Vest (left). Both are interesting to knit, but they do not have a flattering shape for my body type.
The last item, Item 14 is Chthulhu Holiday Ornament by Dawn Ellis-lopez. Another item I wanted for my sister. Another item that won't be appreciate enough to warrant the time spent making it. Another item off the list.
|Don't be angered, evil lord!|
What things do you look for in knitted projects (if you knit)?