Friday, February 11, 2011

Illustration Friday - Sweater



Why do I always knit my sweaters so oversized???

11 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Maybe you were knitting this for me. tee hee...

sukipoet said...

I like big sweaters so I can wear them over my layers of long undees, vests, Turtleneck etc. Great color. Colette said women of a certain age should always wear pink. Well, that's my inaccurate quote anyway.

Robin said...

Because they look so cool when one is wearing black or pink leggings and boots! Ha-ha!

Suki, ANY woman, regardless of her age, looks gorgeous in PINK!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Love,

♥ Robin ♥

Debra Kay said...

I like my sweaters oversized.

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Becasue you can?? :))
More like because you think you are bigger then you are. :)

MuseSwings said...

Sweaters can't possibly be too big this year - much too cold and far to snowy for those little classic pullover numbers.

ArtistUnplugged said...

Cute!! What a sweet doggie for your mom, loved seeing that clip. I think it's awesome about your sweater, you go girl!!!!

Teri C said...

Oh YEAH! Ms Em is here to model her sweater. I like them bigger also.

Lynn said...

Okay practical Lynn here: At which end did you start the sleeves? Can you rip out an inch or so?

It looks funny on Ms Em. but if you can push up the sleeves and layer it like every one is saying it might be okay.

And what about the blocking process? No luck there?

IF it's wool and you can't wear it felt it and use in on a quilt.

studio lolo said...

isn't this where blocking helped??

I love the feeling of a big old comfy sweater, but they do make us look bigger. Not fair!

PAK ART said...

Miss Em almost seems to be overwhelmed in that big pink sweater. I like the frilly cuffs though.