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October 14, 2007

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Foo

omg I totally want that scarf!! Are they still selling it?

Pam

Just thought I'd tell you how much I appreciate all of the wonderful images you find! Keep up the wonderful work!
Thanks...Pam

Diane

How many sheep is she wearing?

Laurie

OUCH.

Freyalyn

So yes, I thought it was photoshopped. But I got my paper this weekend, and in the colour supplement there were lots of these enormous knits FOR REAL. Costing lots and lots of money. Knitted with yarn thick as thumbs. And all horrid colours. With feathery shoes. I need a brainbleach.

Steph

The whole outfit is fuuuugly.

dianna rubidge

This makes me laugh a lot.
It reminds me of the lovely cartoon on Franklin's blog about Ravelry. Some things have the power to amuse me over and over. Picture a contented blogreader in SK Canada

Dianna

Freyalyn

I've looked at this a few times now, and I'm sure it's been photoshopped. Naturally suspicious, that's me.

dale-harriet in WI

"I had clothes like that once....then my dad got a job." (favorite quote in this house). Looks like the gauge is 3" to the stitch---

danana

I know you like us to comment, but I've been having trouble coming up with a way to put my reaction into words (most of the previous posters have done a good job) I must say, this really is painful to look at! In so many ways! -shiver-

Cindy D

Looks more like a regular sized scarf on a doll....LOL!

Sylvia

You know, I would have called it a sqarph.

fibergal

The feathery goodness, especially the shoes, is of particular or peculiar note. Doesn't it just make you want to be a slave to fashion?

maryse

the giant scarf is the least offensive part of the outfit. those shoes are heinous.

Birdsong

Very funny! No wonder 'high fashion' gets such a bad rap.

ruth

squeee! Does this mean you'll be taking Habetrot in the direction of You Knit What???

I miss that blog...
Ruth

Laura

That entire outfit is truly frightening.

julia fc

As my dad sometimes says, "The things you see when you don't got a gun."

roggey

oversize scarf = shawl, in my world at least.

JessaLu

ow. I think my eyes are bleeding.

Sandra D

It's a costume, right? It's almost Halloween, so it's got to be a costume. Tell me it's a costume!

Lucia

The things people do on purpose.

Kim

Holy sh*#%!!!!

Abby Franquemont

...wow.

Rachel H

If ever there was a photo that didn't need biggifying, it was this.

Manise

Definitely a WTF moment! And I'm still cracking up over Debbie's comment- "stomping turkeys..." Hehehe.

cyndy

Now there's a fashion statement for you! One that says, "be afraid, be very afraid!"

Carole

How about those shoes?

Sharon

I'm thinking those shoes would complete my Halloween costume for work, but they must hurt her feet by the way she's holding her foot, so guess I'll just have to go with Crocs.

kate

I would wear those!

I mean the tights of course. The rest of it, forget it.

Judith

Very useful for skiing. Not only will it keep you warm, but if you get lost you can spread it out so the search and rescue helicopters can find you.

LaurieM

It looks like a LOL cats style captioning. Very funny.

http://icanhascheezburger.com/

luneray

Well, at a guage of approximately 3" to the stitch, it's probably a quick knit--once you figure out how to hold size 50mm needles, that is.

Debbie

Did she stomp turkeys with those heels? Yikes! Poor woman probably needed serious chiropracty to restore her spine after carrying that weight of wool...

Charlene Schurch

Marci,

Thank you!!!!

All I can say is WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?

Charlene Schurch

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