My eyes! My eyes! They burn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Did you know that the editor of this online magazine for "contemporary, cool, hip, fashionable" crochet is now the editor of INterweave CrochetJesus wept.
Not something you see everyday. Thank God.
Ummm...hmmmm. I just don't know.
Compare and contrast THAT pattern with the garment on the cover of the new Teva Durham book.Just because you CAN make somethinge doesn't mean you SHOULD.
holy shit!reminds me of the fug I used to see on the "you knit what" site.
As a matter of crochet technique, it's a tour de force.
i have to agree with lynne e. i'm not going to make it, but it's certainly some serious crochet.and to "anonymous" let's not trash the girl until she's proven herself. shall we?
Umm... er... wow... I'm totally speechless... The crochet is impressive, but how did they get someone to actually put it on?
I'm afraid there's only one answer to that: mind-numbing quantities of alcohol.
That is Gollum, am I correct? I've seen Tolkien fans in weider garb than that.
another crocheted atrocity can be seen at http://www.youknitwhattwo.blogspot.com/nayy. also not safe for work or children. (at least it's not made of koigu...)
Anonymous: It probably says a lot about me that I see that and think "Huh, that designer's not even trying to play to the medium's strengths. Where are the veins cunningly fashioned from FPDC stitches? Where are the textured stitches giving the effect of a wrinkled scrotum? Where, by God, is the retractable foreskin?"Now the Gollum hat, that is technique.
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