I'm knitting this super cool skinny scarf for our beloved John Maynes (who at least one of us will marry) who is currently in Slovenia on a mission. Yes, this is a super hard technique called double-knitting. It is a reversible scarf, as you can see.
We've also joined the alligator scarf bandwagon (thank you Jenni Boyle). I've knit the one in green, plus a mustard yellow and brick red one. Brooke knit the white one and is knitting another dark green one, which is turning out most delightfully.
I spent the first 6 months after Christmas knitting socks as voraciously as school would permit, but as I am currently unemployed, this was a feasible task and brought the utmost enjoyment. I ended up knitting 3 pairs, including the ones on the cover, which are perfect for cold feet during pedicures. Really. I'm serious. Mom could not have been more thoughtful in her present of the best sock book around with some beautiful yarn.
Then, I stumbled upon this book, VAMPIRE KNITS. I'm very excited to get to a project from here - be it fashionable cowls, blood-type beer cozies, or werewolf eared hats. Stay tuned for updates on this.
Drum roll, please.
Russell Crowe knits.
Actually, it's somewhat a fad among several celebrities. Take a gander, and be even more surprised.
And the grand finale..........
We hope you are crying your eyes out in unbelieving laughter. Brooke and I don't know what our favorite part about this photo is. The colors the poses, the facial expressions, the visible textures, the condom resemblance...I don't know, but it's wonderful.
If you wanted me to, I would knit you a